long distance

[ lawng-dis-tuh ns, long- ]SEE DEFINITION OF long distance
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It seemed a long distance that she thus swam with her eyes closed.

Amy had walked all the long distance from the station and more, for she had lost her way.

As for the old Oneida, she could not be kept within a long distance of her proper berth.

We are too near it; people have to come from a long distance if they want it to act on them.

Find out why a long distance run is now called a "Marathon."

She saw it first when it was a long distance off, and watched it idly as it drew near.

At a long distance across the leaping foam she saw one light.

I could have seen an auto's lamps for a long distance, but there were none in sight.

The witnesses were now many, and some came from a long distance.

"It is a long distance from Condillac to Paris, madame," said her son, with a shrug.

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