lifelong

[ lahyf-lawng, -long ]SEE DEFINITION OF lifelong

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIFELONG

She was maintaining that calm level of submission to fate which had been her lifelong habit.

It must be confessed (he adds drily) that in England this is a lifelong disqualification.

Ain't I been givin' 'em up and givin' 'em up all my lifelong?

That far-off island, the poor lepers, and then lifelong banishment.

Then you shall marry him to your lifelong horror and disgrace.

You yourself have escaped a course which would have brought you lifelong regret.

To abide,—sign a lifelong partnership with Grog, and marry Lizzy.

"A neighbor and a lifelong friend of ours," she said, turning to Garrison.

I wondered if, after all their lifelong friendship, he and Howells had quarreled.

It imposes no restraint on the violent and lifelong passions of men.

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