long-lived

[ lawng-lahyvd, -livd, long- ]SEE DEFINITION OF long-lived

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LONG-LIVED

We both come of a long-lived race, and this must go on for years.

It is this moderation that keeps Englishmen so hearty, jolly, and long-lived.

Like most great students with a hobby, the majority of them were long-lived.

I had been told and had always thought that we were a long-lived race.

But Art, which is long-lived, recks little of Time, an evanescent thing.

Man Alexander tried many years ago to make us long-lived like you.

It is certain that none of her relatives are long-lived, after she comes to reside with them.

What man is doing is ever of first importance to the long-lived grizzly.

Most persons who have been long-lived have had long-lived progenitors; but somebody must begin.

The wild tree is long-lived, and the cultivated varieties will probably be like it.

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