longer[ lawng, long ]SEE DEFINITION OF longer
Synonyms for longer
- drawn out
- spread out
- spun out
Antonyms for longer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LONGER
He was no longer in a mood to counsel fight, even though he disliked to submit.
They are no longer afraid to lie down as they may have been for a week.
His rival could no longer enjoy the boat which he had envied him.
Why should we tarry any longer to see everything moiled and set at nought?
The Maison d'Or—Paris—would no longer be what they had been.
He no longer felt the presence of anything overt between them.
I shall be good friends with her, when you are no longer here to slander me to her.
I can give you an hour, if you've anything to say before it's done—not longer.
Why should I guard it longer for him who may wed her, and whom I may never behold?
But the Holy Laws no longer needed the safe shelter of a royal shrine.