Examples of bygone in a Sentence
the bygone days of our ancestors
The stone wall is from a bygone age.
Recent Examples of bygone from the Web
Bartschi’s music delightfully hints at a bygone era and is full of motion, like the whirring of focused brain waves.
Too many classrooms in America, however, still reflect a bygone era.
Many recipients are glad to be enlightened, but some think Mr. Marin is marching to an odd tune—taken with an artifact of a bygone era, like the 8-track cassette.
The beautiful track in Stanton, Del., with its picnic grove, old-school paddock, and grandstand from a bygone era, will open its 81st season Wednesday with a 1:15 p.m. post.
Eclectic eye candy adds to the warmth of the home, and serves as a reminder of a bygone era of farm life.
But Miles and Boles want those horror stories to become relics of a bygone era.
Rossi hopes his passion project will help preserve a slice of American history and afford younger generations the opportunity to connect with both trains and life in bygone eras.
Despite the numbers, the vibe resembles that of a house party from a bygone era, where anything goes on the decks and the dance floor.
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BYGONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bygone for English Language Learners
: gone by : from a time in the past
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