unprolonged

[ pruh-lawng, -long ]SEE DEFINITION OF unprolonged
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WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., back-formation from prolongation or else from Old French prolonguer, porloignier (13c.), from Late Latin prolongare "to prolong, extend," from Latin pro- "forth" (see pro-) + longus "long" (adj.); see long (adj.). Related: Prolonged; prolonging; prolongable.

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