Past synonyms

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Having occurred previously
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Having occurred previously
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Having been such previously
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first of aforementioned two items. Used with the, often without a noun.
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Earlier, either in time or order.
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(Idiomatic) the past; bygone days (nostalgic)
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From the beginning to the end or conclusion of
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The status acquired by a person through birth; a birthright:
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Nostalgia is a desire to return to an earlier time in life.
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(Informal, UK) An existing criminal record
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The definition of current is something that is happening now or something that is up to date.
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The definition of anterior is something that happened before.
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Previous, from.
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Received by a person in retirement:
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Comparative form of early: more early
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Antiquity is defined as the time in history that preceded the Middle Ages.
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The times gone past; the good old days.
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Common misspelling of your.
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Familiarity, awareness, or understanding gained through experience or study:
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Plural form of happening
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Plural form of event
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Concealed experiences
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A love affair, especially an illicit one.
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Concealed experiences
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Concealed experiences
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(Historical) A red letter A worn by a person convicted of adultery
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Concealed experiences
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On the farther side or other side of; beyond:
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A prospective or expected condition, especially one considered with regard to growth, advancement, or development:
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Past time
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Tomorrow is the day after today.
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Existing or coming before another or others in time, place, or sequence; previous.
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A formal written account of related natural phenomena:
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Gone by; past:
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Reminiscent of the speaker's childhood or younger years.
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(Rare) Former
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Of, relating to, or being the verb tense that describes a past action or state.
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The definition of retroactive is that something goes into effect as of a prior date.
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Applying to or influencing the past; retroactive.
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(Chiefly British) Dessert.
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Past events
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Plural form of antecedent
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A list or table of dates in their proper sequence
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Past events
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(--- Psychiatry) A recurring, intensely vivid mental image of a past traumatic experience:
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Past events
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Ability to see, after the event, what should have been done
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The second of two persons or things mentioned.
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An individual who is either an applicant to an educational institution or a matriculated student and is the child of an alumna or alumnus.
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An autobiography; a book describing the personal experiences of an author.
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A transfer of lands or houses to a corporate body, such as a school, church, or charitable organization, for perpetual ownership
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The period of time during which this takes place
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The fixing of the mind on some subject; serious thought; contemplation
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An experience or event recollected:
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A survey of past life or experiences
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The day immediately before today; one day ago.
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Being at hand or in attendance:
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Said, written, or encountered just before; previous:
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Something that came before, hence preceded the event currently in question, such as a previously decided case. It may serve as a model for the interpretation of a law, or disposition as a case.
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Of an earlier time; former
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(Not comparable, euphemistic) Deceased, dead: used particularly when speaking of the dead person's actions while alive. (Often used with the; see usage notes.)
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Having or exhibiting the physical characteristics of age:
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Having been formerly; former:
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Having been such previously
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That was at one time; former
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Formerly such; former
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A position, area, or situation that is not immediately in one's attention or notice:
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(In) past years
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A continuous, measurable quantity in which events occur in a sequence proceeding from the past through the present to the future.
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Past events surrounding a person or thing
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Beyond the number or amount of:
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About to retire.
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so as to pass a given point
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Attributive form of past tense
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(Grammar) Used only or chiefly in the preterite or past tenses.
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An affair; an adulterous relationship. Used colloquially to distinguish which type of affair, leaving less room for doubt.
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Concealed experiences
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Former; erstwhile
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Find another word for past. In this page you can discover 96 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for past, like: elapsed, years ago, gone-by, long-ago, past times, precede, former, antecedent, old times, good old days and good old times.