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forepassed Line breaks: fore|passed
Pronunciation: /fɔːˈpɑːst/

Definition of forepassed in English:

adjective

archaic
Already past; bygone.
Example sentences
  • His "foul forepassed progeny" consisted of his plays, his novels, and his amorous poems.
  • I have seene divers, by their death, either in good or evill, give reputation, to all their forepassed life.
  • It is the master-day, the day that judgeth all others: it is the day, saith an ancient Writer, that must judge of all my forepassed years.

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