long-lasting[ lawng-las-ting, -lah-sting, long- ]SEE DEFINITION OF long-lasting
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The twilight would be upon them apace––the long-lasting, purple-veiled twilight of the altitudes.
However, that perfect spell of both mind and body was not long-lasting.
To the long-lasting sorrow and disgrace of Portugal, the philosophers blinded her king and flattered her Prime Minister.
Nor can I forget that—despite the long-lasting and unfortunate blood-feud—the Strathtouls were and are our kinsmen.
Regrets and fears were not long-lasting, however, for the exigencies of our problem were sufficiently imperative and absorbing.
His reason being clouded by darkness, he asked for long-lasting sleep.
The planet's influence is not quite so evil as Saturn's, nor are the effects produced by it so long-lasting.
The Cleveland Venezuela message came at a time of no nervous strain and did, I think, produce no long-lasting effect.
To the long-lasting sorrow and disgrace of Portugal, the philosophers blinded her king and flattered her prime minister.
Blessed and long-lasting be thy carnation ribbon, O man of more than wit, much more than virtue—of fortune!
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