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
The generous, stunning collection in a mansion proved a natural denouement to my stay in Cuernavaca, which had been inspired by my curiosity about a bygone era of exotic and gilded glamour.
For a company that is often accused of being a standard-bearer for a bygone era, Orbital ATK remains eager to jump on 21st century opportunities that could suit its solid-rocket motors.
Putting on more than 150 events a year, this Jewel of Joliet evokes a bygone era with its Greek, Roman and Byzantine architecture.
Having gutted this remarkable find for parts, each of which told a story about bygone times, Fisk-Weatherford Jones arranged for the museum to acquire the remainder.
So while the novel’s gilded prose calls back to a bygone age, its evocation of that age is strikingly unstable, blurred by conflicting accounts and haunted by gaps and omissions.
And, not surprisingly, the dicey drink of bygone eras is also reviving disease outbreaks.
Look more closely, however, and the real resonances of this bygone society, and its true warning signs, start to appear.
It was also bound up with darker impulses: xenophobic distrust and nostalgia for a bygone social hierarchy.
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Definition of bygone for English Language Learners
: gone by : from a time in the past
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