long-ago

[lawng-uh-goh, long-]
adjective
of or pertaining to the distant past or to remote events; ancient: long-ago exploits remembered only in folk tales.

Origin:
1825–35

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Example sentences
The living-room walls are adorned with posters for long-ago concerts.
These rings indicate year-by-year moisture conditions that can be used to
  estimate long-ago river flows.
It's common for tastes and smells to trigger emotions that recall far-off or
  long-ago family, friends and places.
None of this ever came up during that long-ago phone call.
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