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 devotion among fans in the front row approached that of bygone Grateful Dead followers.
Currently, he is rated between €30-40m by, with a bid in that region supposedly considered throughout the bygone summer transfer window.
Everest was not the only point of fascination for British explorers of a bygone era.
After the demolition, some Portlanders took chunks of painted cinderblock from the rubble as bittersweet souvenirs of a bygone era.
To visitors, the outmoded vehicles can be whimsical throwbacks of a bygone era.
Like the corner florist stocking pumpkins, the event seems to sneak up on me earlier every year, and tap into a wistfulness for a bygone era.
Trump could also be signaling the return of a recently bygone era when lawmakers of both parties dining — and working — with the president was hardly abnormal.
For a 91-year-old symbol of a bygone era, Queen Elizabeth is pretty tech savvy.
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First Known Use of bygone
Synonymsextinct, bypast, dead, defunct, departed, done, expired, gone, nonextant, vanished
Antonymsalive, existent, existing, extant, living
Related Wordsnonexistent; dying, faded, moribund; collapsed, fallen, overthrown; antiquated, dated, obsolete, passé; finished, lapsed, terminated; lost, missing
Near Antonymsactive, dynamic, thriving, vibrant
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