From way back



adjective phrase

Genuinely; entirely; from a long time ago: My Dad is a Yankee fan from way back (1887+)
Since long ago; for a long time. For example, This painting has been in the family from way back, or We know the Smiths from way back. [ ; late 1800s ]

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