noun /ˈjɛstəjɪə/
a) Last year.

Where . . . Where are the snows of yesteryear?

b) Past years; time gone by; yore.

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  • Yesteryear — Yes ter*year , n. The year last past; last year. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • yesteryear — [[t]je̱stə(r)jɪə(r)[/t]] N UNCOUNT You use yesteryear to refer to the past, often a period in the past with a set of values or a way of life that no longer exists. [LITERARY] The modern day sex symbol has now taken the place of the old fashioned… …   English dictionary

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  • yesteryear — noun Etymology: yesterday + year Date: 1870 1. last year 2. time gone by; especially the recent past • yesteryear adverb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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