View definitions for long lived
adjective as in inveterate
adjective as in lifelong
adjective as in long-standing
adjective as in old
adjective as in perennial
adjective as in chronic
adjective as in lingering
adjective as in long-lived
adjective as in perdurable
adjective as in protracted
With such long-lived relatives, when is the 1-year-old likely to become King George VII?
Eusebius began a long-lived tradition of equating dissent and disagreement with persecution.
Aside from the views they championed, they had another thing in common: strong and long-lived mothers.
"I believe they will kill him with kindness," was the remark of Ann, a colored woman, who had long lived in the family.
Like most great students with a hobby, the majority of them were long-lived.
Long lived that beautiful evening in the memory of four young hearts.
In planting, therefore, it becomes a question whether one desires chiefly a long-lived tree or a strictly dwarf one.
As with some persons who have long lived apart, solitude seemed to look out of its countenance.
On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to long-lived, such as: durable, long-lasting, abiding, advancing, carrying-on, and chronic.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.