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She described herself as a lifelong Republican who voted for every one of the party’s nominees before 2016.

They not only defend the lifelong disenfranchisement of ex-convicts, they use control of the courts to subvert referendums that pass to reenfranchise them.

From Vox

Toys that teach coding can spark a lifelong interest in programming.

The condition causes tremendous pain and lifelong health issues, and currently doesn’t have a cure.

First, his emphasis on being a lifelong learner, always trying to read and learn more from one’s experiences—especially the failures.

From Fortune

In January 2014, a lifelong District of Columbia parks employee, Medric Mills, collapsed while walking with his grown daughter.

The former apprentice engineer retained a lifelong interest in the way things worked.

(That Williams was a lifelong Democrat illustrates the political blurred lines when it comes to laws related to pregnant women).

Perhaps the greatest irony remains that civil rights titan Caesar Chavez was a lifelong opponent of illegal immigration.

George Carlin had a lifelong love of learning and questioned everything.

He thought of her; but truth to tell he was too numbed to dwell on her agony, on the certitude of her lifelong captivity.

This ever after made them hate the French as cordially as they did their lifelong enemies, the Algonquin Indians.

She is no longer here to praise and encourage—my lifelong work,—a failure!

He stopped suddenly in his smile, remembering Demorest's lifelong secret.

Wedding presents are lifelong records of relationship and of friendship.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lifelong, such as: constant, continuing, deep-rooted, enduring, inveterate, and long-lasting.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.