The Crazy Keyboards of yesteryear Sara Goldsmith, Slate An illustrated tour of a land before QWERTY.
The Francophobe preppies of yesteryear will be spinning in their graves.
The Cowell of yesteryear has plenty of time to return in all his plumage.
Unlike also-rans of yesteryear, like Alan Keyes, he has not pledged to go on a hunger strike.
I could use this opportunity to become as stylish and perhaps as divine as many of the heroines of yesteryear.
That was the word the sloppy copyist of yesteryear had wrongly transcribed.
yesteryear he was mad for the open air, and the games, and the joy of life.
They understand that the gowns being worn in Paris before March are the gowns of yesteryear.
Like the lovers of yesteryear, those of to-day were prisoners.
Forgotten were the nine cubs of the year before, and the quartettes and sextettes of many a yesteryear.
coined 1870 by Dante Gabriel Rossetti from yester(day) + year to translate French antan (from Vulgar Latin *anteannum "the year before") in a refrain by François Villon: Mais ou sont les neiges d'antan? which Rossetti rendered "But where are the snows of yesteryear?"