by·gone / ˈbīˌgôn/ • adj. belonging to an earlier time: relics of a bygone society.• n. (usu. bygones) a thing dating from an earlier time.PHRASES: let bygones be bygones forget past offenses or causes of conflict and be reconciled.
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