from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The week last past; last week.
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- adverb On the week preceding the
Previousweek, the last week before the current one.
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Dearly beloved brethren: Bruno and Nola, leymon bogholders and stationary lifepartners off orangey Saint Nessau Street, were explaining it avicendas all round each other ere yesterweek out of Ibn Sen and Ipanzussch.
Finnegans Wake 2006
Contribute something other than cliches or second-hand leftovers from yesterweek, something new and different from what you’re seeing from others.
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a moment outside just such a tavern as a certain ragged poet of parts might have frequented the while he penned his versified inquiry which after all these centuries is not yet satisfactorily answered, touching on the approximate whereabouts of the snows that fell yesteryear and the roses that bloomed yesterweek.
Europe Revised 1910
"He be's lait up mit ter rummatiz sence yesterweek, und I trives for him.
The Wit and Humor of America, Volume II. (of X.) Various 1887
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