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Origin of yesterday
Examples from the Web for yesterday
NEW ORLEANS — John Boehner was reelected House Speaker yesterday by his Republican colleagues despite some dissenting members.
I spent time yesterday listening to the music you made, and looking at the art you created.Dear Leelah, We Will Fight On For You: A Letter to a Dead Trans Teen|Parker Molloy|January 1, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Justice League NYC met with the state attorney general and held a press conference yesterday at City Hall.Eric Garner Protesters Have a Direct Line to City Hall|Jacob Siegel|December 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Mr Anderson Wheeler travelled from Tanzania where he works as a big game hunter to give evidence yesterday.How A British Aristocrat Used Big Game Hunter’s Sperm To Get Pregnant Without His Permission|Tom Sykes|December 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I played yesterday at lunchtime,” he says, “and after work, and then again this morning, and then today at lunchtime.
Deppingham recalled the fact that an hour and a half had been consumed in the accomplishment yesterday.The Man From Brodney's|George Barr McCutcheon
He joined the ladies before noon, and his newly awakened feeling of joy beamed upon them scarcely less radiantly than yesterday.Arachne, Complete|Georg Ebers
So, as yesterday, the horses had to stand tied together, and the nose-bags of barley and maize were strapped round their necks.Trans-Himalaya, Vol. 1 (of 2)|Sven Hedin
Aye, better nor yesterday mornin; Ill be gettin well, Annie, is it not so?Through Welsh Doorways|Jeannette Augustus Marks
Yesterday we gave a little dinner to Archie's partner, Mr. Tamworth.Wanted: A Cook|Alan Dale
Old English geostran dæg, from dæg "day" (see day) + geostran "yesterday," from Proto-Germanic *gestra- (cf. Old High German gestaron, German gestern "yesterday," Old Norse gær "tomorrow, yesterday," Gothic gistradagis "tomorrow"), originally "the other day" (reckoned from "today," either backward or forward), from PIE *ghes (cf. Sanskrit hyah, Avestan zyo, Persian di, Greek khthes, Latin heri, Old Irish indhe, Welsh doe "yesterday;" Latin hesternus "of yesterday").
see not born yesterday.