Yestermorn meaning

1826, Mary Shelley, The Last Man.

"That, Clara," I said, "is the gate, that the street which yestermorn your father rode up."

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1900, Rudyard Kipling, The Seven Seas.

By the wisdom of the centuries I speak-- To the tune of yestermorn I set the truth-- I, the joy of life unquestioned--I, the Greek-- I, the everlasting Wonder Song of Youth!

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Origin of yestermorn

  • yester- +‎ morn

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