Yore

Yore

(yr), adv. [OE. ore, yare, are, AS. gera;akin to ger a year, E. year. 204. See Year.] In time long past; in old time; long since. [Obs. or Poetic]
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As it hath been of olde times yore.
Chaucer.
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Which though he hath polluted oft and yore,
Yet I to them for judgment just do fly.
Spenser.
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Of yore, of old time; long ago; as, in times or days of yore. "But Satan now is wiser than of yore." Pope.
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Where Abraham fed his flock of yore.
Keble.
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