Definition of Agone

1. Adjective. Gone by; or in the past. "`agone' is an archaic word for `ago'"

Exact synonyms: Ago
Similar to: Past



Definition of Agone

1. a. & adv. Ago.

2. n. Agonic line.

Definition of Agone

1. Verb. (alternative form of ago) ¹

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Definition of Agone

1. ago [adv] - See also: ago

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Agone

agogo bells
agogos
agogwe
agoing
agomelatine
agon
agonadal
agonal
agonal clot
agonal infection
agonal leukocytosis
agonal rhythm
agonal thrombus
agone (current term)
agones
agonic
agonic line
agonies
agonise
agonised
agonises
agonising
agonisingly
agonism
agonisms
agonist
agonistes
agonistic

Literary usage of Agone

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1888)
"years, agone when Tyler's cattle were taken tenant to Parker the copyholder, who had committed waste and amerced in the treble damages. ..."

2. Switzerland, and the Adjacent Portions of Italy, Savoy and the Tyrol by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1877)
"To the N. of La Motta opens the Val agone, containing extensive strata of gypsum and alabaster, through which a narrow road leads over the Forcola (7638') ..."

3. British Poets of the Nineteenth Century: Poems by Wordsworth, Coleridge by Curtis Hidden Page (1910)
"... front of noon was as a flame In the great year nigh twenty years agone When all the heavens of Europe shook and shone With stormy wind and lightning, ..."

4. The Poems of William Browne of Tavistock by William Browne, Arthur Henry Bullen (1894)
"NOT long agone a youthful swain, Much wronged by a maid's disdain, Before Love's altar came and did implore That he might like her less, or she love more. ..."

5. The Diary of William Pynchon of Salem: A Picture of Salem Life, Social and by William Pynchon, Fitch Edward Oliver (1890)
"Capt Cook arrives from Bilbao; says that he saw the B. Fame off NF L banks 14 days agone, standing westward; yet Cook and Brewer knew her well, ..."

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