long

[ lawng, long ]SEE DEFINITION OF long

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LONG

His long habit of thought concerning her enabled him to master this foolishness.

Exhausted in mind and body, she could not long endure this tide of recollection.

I need cheerfulness and rest for a long time after this day in town.

A life-time as long as that conferred upon the namesake of Tithonus.

They gently raised him, bolstered him with pillows, and told him he had long been ill.

There was a long, airy gallery, in which he was allowed to take exercise any hour of the day.

Where is he, I wonder, and how long have I got to wait for him?

The track was plain enough, and there were hamlets at long intervals.

This one, at the rate I have observed, will not last so long.

He will not so long correspond with an environment even so unexacting as this.

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