And it is that which makes me doubt these British will win, in the long-run.
We get a laugh out of this at times; but it is dull, too, to be with a man like this—in the long-run.
A woman may steal a march on us here and there, but in the long-run the man will always win.
It had been, in the long-run, better for Napoleon too if he had not told any.
Uncertainty and suspense get on a man's nerves, in the long-run.
Loving people is the only sure way of understanding them in the long-run.
Mules, 297 water—these were inconsequentials in the long-run that was due to be short, at most.
I fancy that in the long-run Herbert Spencer will get no further than the rest of us.
The men, sure that their fish will be sold in the long-run, are quiet sedate, silent.
Every original man of any magnitude is;—nay, in the long-run, who or what else is?