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Few weeks ago, while reading some texts a new vocabulary encountred. when translated it via English to English online dictionary, one of the synonym was the word "old"? To have or to put the aforementioned word in a sensible sentences, it could be:

..for the sake of the OLD days.

The synonym found online it contains, as far as I remember, the letter "y".

Can any of you help me to find out what that synonm was?

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    In days of yore, maybe? Apr 8 '20 at 5:57
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From the MacOS thesaurus:

in the old days: bygone, past, former, olden, of old, previous, early, earlier, earliest; medieval, ancient, classical, primeval, primordial, prehistoric, antediluvian. ANTONYMS modern, recent.

I suspect bygone is the word you're looking for.

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