long lived[ lawng-lahyvd, -livd, long- ]SEE DEFINITION OF long lived
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Long lived that beautiful evening in the memory of four young hearts.
The eagle, the lion and man, eat animal food and they are long lived.
They were quite advanced in life, and had long lived on the spot where they then resided.
Jimmy has so long lived away from Brownsville that his memory is defective.
Mrs Kempson, who had for so long lived well, felt as if she was dying of hunger.
And yet it is pleasant to reflect that his triumph was not, as triumphs go, long lived.
It is from the pen of a marvellous writer, who long lived at Senegal.
The only other occupant of the hut is a girl grandchild, who has long lived with him.
After the corn bread we had so long lived upon, this was manna.
They were long lived, some persons reaching a hundred years.