long lasting[ lawng-las-ting, -lah-sting, long- ]SEE DEFINITION OF long lasting
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LONG LASTING
If England maintains her own this year, she must have the elements of long lasting in her.
Engineering was concerned with artifacts as long lasting as life.
Posts should be of locust, cedar, or some other long lasting wood.
It is not a long lasting wood when exposed to weather, unless it has been treated with creosote to preserve it from decay.
Originally the quebracho was sought because it made serviceable and long lasting "sleepers" for railroads.
As a political conquest, Alexander's had results as long lasting as can be credited to almost any conquest in history.