Thesaurus / long standing
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When this deviation took place does not appear; but it was obviously one of long standing.
SUMMER DAYS IN SHAKESPEARE LANDCHARLES G. HARPER
You know me, Trackless—you're well acquainted with old Thousandacres; and few words is best, among fri'nds of long standing.
THE CHAINBEARERJ. FENIMORE COOPER
Let the Mosaic law, life for a life Pay the long standing debt of blood.
CUSTER, AND OTHER POEMS.ELLA WHEELER WILCOX
Even where there is a long standing friendship it is not well to visit uninvited.
THE LADIES' BOOK OF ETIQUETTE, AND MANUAL OF POLITENESSFLORENCE HARTLEY
The ideals may be newly aroused; they may be of long standing.
AUTUMN IMPRESSIONS OF THE GIRONDEISABEL GIBERNE SIEVEKING
Henry Adams, the well-known American historian, was a friend of long standing.
THE LETTERS OF HENRY JAMES (VOLUME I)HENRY JAMES
Katharine carried down to the Abbey a disorder which she calls of long standing and grievous.
SOUTH LONDONSIR WALTER BESANT
I'm inclined to the belief that it was some enemy, of long standing.
THE COME BACKCAROLYN WELLS
These facts throw light on the long standing of the housing question, the change of standard and the improvement effected.
Florian stared at this sign, until he became conscious of deep weariness at so long standing on his feet.
DOUBLE TROUBLEHERBERT QUICK