Thesaurus / long view
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There is a long view up and down the valley, still and quiet in the gloaming.
We then may take a long view of our task, and teach and work and live by faith.
HEREIN IS LOVEREUEL L. HOWE
One with her hair bobbed and a long view of vertebrae above her blue dress-collar began to prattle of a dance the night before.
CLOUDY JEWELGRACE LIVINGSTON HILL
"And yet, if you take a long view, you can see light," he rejoined unexpectedly.
SONIA MARRIEDSTEPHEN MCKENNA
At Long View Cemetery and at one or two other points long trenches have been dug to receive the coffins.
THE JOHNSTOWN HORRORJAMES HERBERT WALKER
By eleven, Cape Quod was astern of us; and a long view of the Strait presented itself.
It stood at an angle of the road, upon a bank which commanded a long view, and was a most appropriate place to erect a signal.
The long view is the encouraging view, the view of progress.
This, with distance's long view, may seem obscure and small to the great world elsewhere, but it is not obscure and small to us.
THE RIFLEMEN OF THE OHIOJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
He ventured to take a long view at sundown, and he found the experience saddening.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.