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Today's Word of the Day means...
of or pertaining to the distant past or bygone times; ancient.
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Today's buttermilk is really fermented milk, different from the byproduct of butter-churning from
days, librarians were expected to use intuition to categorize books.
days, people in trouble could take out home equity loans to tide them over, or sell the house.
days, with limited navigational aids and in seas rife with marauding cutthroats, either trip was risky business.
days, in the previously mentioned shoppes, they were known as thou shalt nots.
days, bike lights were more about being seen than actually seeing.
times turning to chemical enhancement wasn't controversial-it was a given, he added.
days that would mean you'd need a staff.
times, that would have meant leaving the house to see one of the three or four movies playing nearby.
days, a group of researchers would bang out their paper on paper.
British Dictionary definitions for
an archaic or poetic word for
in olden days,
in olden times
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