Synonyms for long haul
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LONG HAUL
Why haul it all around the country and then reduce the rate on that long haul?
He knows it's going to be you or him, in the long haul, with nobody else involved.
This was the first shipment of ores, and a pretty "long haul."
It is also settling up rapidly, and has become a large producer of wheat, even at the disadvantage of a long haul in wagons.
A picked bull train, he allowed, could beat a mule train all hollow on a long haul.
"I'd like to know what your plans are, Tom," said Strong, when the long haul toward the Moon had settled down to a routine.
In a moment the last cleat was cut and the two boys started their long haul down the tube to the outside of the ship.
Just around the corner where Edward lived the cars stopped to water the horses on their long haul.
The bark can be hauled to market, but the wood is unsalable at living prices, after the long haul.
They had made a long haul that day, and the man, who had trudged at their head since early morning, was almost as weary.