Of that condition is this other counsell, which Philosophie giveth, onely to keepe forepast [transl. passé] felicities in memorie, and thence blot out such griefes as we have felt [...].
Take him away, / My fore-past proofes, how ere the matter fall / Shall taze my feares of little vanitie, / Hauing vainly fear'd too little.
Origin of forepast
- From fore- + past.