olden

[ ohl-duh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF olden

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OLDEN

Why should not miracles come now, as in the olden days, for had not all this been ordained from the beginning?

The tone of olden friendliness was hard to bear, when no other voices answered.

On the whole, he was like a baron of the olden time in a rare good humour.

In olden days, other houses of tradesmen besides inns had signs.

In the olden days it would have been a laugh, but Gloria must wait for strength to laugh.

This is a tradition of the olden time, to which priests and poets bear witness.

Many relics of the olden time are preserved in these apartments.

There was a mighty stir in the streets of Paris, as Paris' streets were in the olden time.

The bureau in this room is the one that stood there in the olden time.

For a slate or blackboard, he used the beach, as did Archimedes of the olden time.

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