forepast

forepast

(ˈfɔːˌpɑːst)
adj
obsolete bygone
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To thinke vpon the times forepast, I saw In Englands Court so famous and renowmde Of great Elites blessed memory.
32) Anon, A True Presentation of Forepast Parliaments (1629), BM Lansdowne, 213, fol.
Cadmus and Harmonia as snakes, or in Golding's translation `Dragons', live in wistful remembrance of their past: `now remembering what they were themselves in tymes forepast / They neither shonne nor hurten men with stinging nor with blast.