To sing praises as Aneurin of yore, The day he sang the Gododin.
They wanted to see their table of yore, on the left hand, right at the back of the room.
He no longer treated Bongrand in the wheedling, respectful manner of yore.
In making speeches he does not speak as boldly, as directly as in days of yore.
A very good time it was, cattle selling higher than of yore.
His moustache, sticking all ways out, as of yore, was quite white now.
In which summation he showed himself indeed a “sumner,” as it was called of yore.
Boucicault, whom I knew well of yore in America, introduced it into something.
But there had passed away a glory, and the dream was not as it had been of yore.
As Mr. Wordsworth said, it is not now as it hath been of yore.