prolongation

[ proh-lawng-gey-shuh n, -long- ]SEE DEFINITION OF prolongation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROLONGATION

They were thus formed with their line of retreat in prolongation of their front.

Geographically it is simply the prolongation of the Venetian plain.

It has been one of the main causes of the prolongation of the war.

The antique bed must be considered as the prolongation of the diphros.

Von Rittenheim was delighted at the prolongation of his happiness.

The only variety to be expected is in its shrill intensity and prolongation.

In the prolongation of the street we see some remains of the convent.

About twenty of us had devoted our nights for over a week to the prolongation of a burrow.

Even Strafford did not venture to advise a prolongation of the war.

They have no neck, the head being merely a prolongation of the trunk.

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