long view

[ lawng-vyoo, long- ]SEE DEFINITION OF long view
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The agreed policy has been to see that you all mature with the long view.

We then may take a long view of our task, and teach and work and live by faith.

He had a long view, but he saw only the Ohio and its yellow ripples.

"And yet, if you take a long view, you can see light," he rejoined unexpectedly.

The long view is the encouraging view, the view of progress.

But I don't think you need worry, if you'll only take a long view.

He ventured to take a long view at sundown, and he found the experience saddening.

A long view of a broad silent river is seen upward, and one of a river disparted by a series of islands below.

In the long view or the little view—as the telescope or the microscope directs—it is all the same.

You're rather drastic, Stephen; but if one takes the long view, I dare say you are right.

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