Definition of From way back

1. Adverb. Since long ago. "She knows him from way back"

Exact synonyms: Since A Long Time Ago



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Lexicographical Neighbors of From Way Back

from on high
from pillar to post
from scratch
from sea to shining sea
from side to side
from soup to nuts
from start to finish
from the Department of the Bleeding Obvious
from the bottom of one's heart
from the get-go
from the git-go
from the ground up
from the heart
from the word go
from time to time
from way back (current term)
fromage
fromager
fromagerie
fromageries
fromagers
fromages
fromard
fromards
fromenties
fromenty
fromology
fromward
fron'tated
frond

Literary usage of From way back

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1. Religious Intolerance in Europe Today: Hearing Before the Commission on edited by Alfonse M. D'Amato (1999)
"That was from way back. The idea is not something that is introduced Mr. MARKEY. You're saying the 1991 law did not mandate that for the first time, ..."

2. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting (1897)
"A hard-headed member from "Way-back" rose to reply, and began his speech with these words: "Mr. ..."

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