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EtymologyEdit

yester- +‎ century

AdverbEdit

yestercentury (not comparable)

  1. In the century preceding the current century.

NounEdit

yestercentury (uncountable)

  1. Previous century, the last century before the current one.
    • 1920 July 1, D. R. Piper, “Have we any user for creeds”, in Homiletic Review, volume 80, page 5:
      Yet the creeds of yestercentury remain.