Definition of long-ago in English:

long-ago

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adjective

Existing in or relating to a time in the distant past: time has marched on since my long-ago youth idyllic views of a long-ago New York
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  • Posters and fight cards announcing long-ago boxing matches cover the walls, alongside black-and-white photos of fighters and newspaper articles about Wild Card's trainer, Freddie Roach.
  • He is talking about his long-ago film career and how he was once a star.
  • Who was she, my long-ago ancestor, first of her dark-eyed family to bear a blue-eyed child?

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