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    Word Matrix: Yester

    Word Matrix: Yester

    “former, earlier, previous” from Old English geostran “yesterday”

    Words Sums

    Yester + s = yesters
    Yester + Day = yesterday
    Yester + Day + s = yesterdays
    Yester + Eve = yestereve
    Yester + Eve + s = yestereves
    Yester + Even = yestereven
    Yester + Even + s = yesterevens
    Yester + Even + ing = yesterevening
    Yester + Even + ing + s = yesterevenings
    Yester + Minute = yesterminute
    Yester + Minute + s = yesterminutes
    Yester + Month = yestermonth
    Yester + Month + s = yestermonths
    Yester + Morrow = yestermorrow
    Yester + Morrow + s = yestermorrows
    Yester + Night = yesternight
    Yester + Night + s = yesternights
    Yester + Week = yesterweek
    Yester + Week + s = yesterweeks
    Yester + Year = yesteryear
    Yester + Year = yesteryears


    yester: former, earlier, previous
    -s: forming plural of noun

    day: twenty-four-hour time period, single rotation of a planet
    eve: evening, time between sunset and darkness
    even: end of the day
    -ing: denoting state, condition, or action
    minute: little, small
    month: one-twelfth part of a year
    morrow: morning
    night: darkness, period between sunset and sunrise
    week: period of seven consecutive days
    year: 365 1/4 day time period, single revolution of a planet around a sun


    yester: (noun) archaic variation of yesterday, (adjective) of or relating to yesterday
    yesters: plural of yester
    yesterday: (noun) day before today, one day previous
    yesterdays: plural of yesterday
    yestereve: (noun) previous evening
    yestereves: plural of yestereve
    yestereven: (noun) previous evening
    yesterevens: plural of yestereven
    yesterevening: (noun) previous evening
    yesterevenings: plural of yesterevening
    yesterminute: (noun) minutes ago
    yesterminutes: plural of yesterminute
    yestermonth: (noun) last month, a few months ago
    yestermonths: plural of yestermonth
    yestermorrow: (noun) day before today, yesterday morning
    yestermorrows: plural of yestermorrow
    yesternight: (noun) last night
    yesternights: plural of yesternight
    yesterweek: (noun) last week, the previous week
    yesterweeks: plural of yesterweek
    yesteryear: (noun) last year, a few years ago, years gone by
    yesteryears: plural of yesteryear


    yestern: relating to the day last past
    yestreen: contraction of yestereven [yestere’en = yestereen]

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