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.
I need cheerfulness and rest for a long time after this day in town.
Exhausted in mind and body, she could not long endure this tide of recollection.
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.