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synonyms for yore

  • history
  • antiquity
  • yesterday
  • yesteryear
  • days gone by
  • former times
  • good old days
  • long ago
  • old lang syne
  • old times
  • olden days
  • time immemorial
  • times past
  • years ago

antonyms for yore

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  • future
  • present
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How to use yore in a sentence

The best practice is still to bury the crap, just like its human equivalent, six to eight inches underground, but I predict that, as with the pooper-picker-uppers of yore, the pocket shovel will not become a widely adapted hiking accoutrement.
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So the people of Anchorage did as Alaskans of yore have done and struck out on their own.
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High-strength steel, nylon, or polyester plies don’t need to use as much material to provide an equivalent capacity to the cotton plies of yore, so tires now feature a ply equivalent rating.
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And, as anyone who followed the Gamergate drama of yore will recall, sexual harassment in the gaming community is a serious problem.
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In the good old days of yore there was little trouble in obtaining admission to the Civil Service.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOLUME 107, NOVEMBER 3, 1894VARIOUS
I came lookin for you for some more practice with yore rope, he drawled, as he sometimes did.
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She was busy during every moment while in the country, and her relative was no more communicative than of yore.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
She was not rude to him, but, despite her inclination, she failed to repay his friendliness in kind as of yore.
A FOREST HEARTH: A ROMANCE OF INDIANA IN THE THIRTIESCHARLES MAJOR
"Shut up, and mind yore own business," answered the virago, swiftly turning the barrel of her weapon upon me.
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You, Andrew Jackson, stick yore pistol up agin your head the way I tol' you.
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WORDS RELATED TO YORE

  • antiquity
  • days gone by
  • former times
  • good old days
  • history
  • long ago
  • old lang syne
  • old times
  • olden days
  • time immemorial
  • times past
  • years ago
  • yesterday
  • yesteryear
  • yore
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.