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ancient history, by, bygone, closed, completed, concluded, done, done with, ended, finished, gone, past, settled, up, at an end.
most recently, de novo, of late, once again, once more, over again.
additionally, beyond, ever, excessively, extra, extremely, immensely, inordinately, left over, more, overly, overmuch, remaining, superfluous, surplus, too, unduly, unused, over and above, in excess.
from within, toward the edge, to the eye, on the surface, the eye.
roofer, skyward, in the sky.
forgotten, one time, good old days, way back when, gone by, time was, olden days, ex, Latterday, long ago, way back, ages ago, back when, behind one, down memory lane, ex-, gone-by, long-ago.
superhuman, good quality, first-string, overlying, superincumbent, unrivalled, first class, five-star, firstclass, a cut above, of higher rank, high-caliber.
overhanging, over hanging.
above, aloft, atop, covering, off, overhead, overtop, upstairs, Up-over, higher than, over and above, in heaven, straight up, farther up, in the sky, on high, on top of, traversely.
extraordinarily, extremely, highly, terribly, to nth degree.
ever, very much.
above, atop, Up-over, higher than, over and above, up over.
over and over, recurrently, Bis, by and by, reiteratively, come again, one more time.
another time, from the beginning, in a different way, in a new way.
all over, in the vicinity, in this area.
drastically, exorbitantly, hugely, immensely, immoderately, inordinately, prohibitively, strikingly, surpassingly, terrifically, vitally, nth degree.
to a greater extent
ad infinitum, afresh, again, cyclical, once more, recurrent, renewed, repeated, repeatedly, yet again.
beyond, out of sight, past.
accomplished, completed, done.
additionally, besides, extra.
across, all over, complete, concluded, ended, finished, o'er, terminated.
up on, larger than, greater than, on high, on top of.
Examples of usage:
– Shenac's Work at Home by Margaret Murray Robertson
– The Curlytops on Star Island by Howard R. Garis
– Life Blood by Thomas Hoover
– The Price She Paid by David Graham Phillips
– Weapons of Mystery by Joseph Hocking