yestereve

[ yes-ter-eev ]
/ ˈyɛs tərˈiv /

noun, adverb Archaic.

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Origin of yestereve

First recorded in 1595–1605; yester- + eve
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Example sentences from the Web for yestereve

  • And as for that letter; a Lenten jest I called it yestereve; and so it is verily!

  • Stranger, are you going to tell me about yoursel, as I asked you yestereve?

    The Snow-Burner|Henry Oyen
  • Not long after dinner Akusch came to me with the tidings that Herdegen had ridden into Nuremberg yestereve.