Long synonyms

lông, lŏng
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Long and overextended, especially in time rather than dimension
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(Printing) extended
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Extended in space
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Having no limit or limits; unrestricted:
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Having no bounds; unlimited; vast
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The definition of interminable is something that is endless or that feels as if it goes on forever.
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Extended in space
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Having a wide range, extent, influence, or effect
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Not ending; having no end.
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Being or seeming to be without an end or limit; boundless:
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Very great or intense:
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Very good.
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Short and blunt, as from much use:
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Of great magnitude or intensity; grand:
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Eternal is defined as not having a beginning or an end.
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Like a string or strings; long, thin, wiry, sinewy, etc.
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Exhibiting great cunning or craft:
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Extended in space
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Impressively great or difficult:
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The definition of lofty is very high in the air, elevated in character, or overly grand.
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Extended in space
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Distantly related by blood or marriage:
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(--- popularly) Not diphthongized [the short a in “pan”]
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Narrow in outlook; petty:
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Short in time, duration, length, or extent.
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Continuing or being so for an indefinitely long time:
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Lacking the ability to cut easily; not sharp.
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Yielding abundance; fruitful.
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To desire (someone to do something):
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Extended; prolonged; protracted; made to last longer than necessary.
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Extended in time
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(Prosody) Requiring a relatively long time to pronounce
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Situated relatively far from the equator:
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Stretched
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A long time
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To be in great need of
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Able to see far; keen-sighted.
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Being considerate about the future with respect to one's own plans or deeds; showing anticipation.
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Having, exercising, or characterised by foresight; forward-looking; prudent
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planning prudently for the future
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Alternative spelling of long-sighted.
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Retaining or tending to retain
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Of or pertaining to recollection.
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Having a good memory; retentive
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Tall, thin, and often ungainly.
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Awkwardly tall or long-limbed; rangy:
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Extended in space
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Far apart in relationship; remote
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Successive; one following the other without break or intervention
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Distant in time, place, degree, etc.
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The definition of far-off is something remote or distant.
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Lasting for a long time or longer than expected or usual.
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Lasting; permanent; durable
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Extended in time
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Extended in time
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Extended in time
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Extended in time
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Persisting for an extended period of time.
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Likely to become or be:
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Alternative form of long-lived.
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Moving or progressing slowly; sluggish:
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The definition of dilatory is someone who causes delay or is slow to take action.
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Extended in time
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Extended in time
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Spun out, or extended, to great length; long-winded; tedious.
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Highly varied, developed, or complex:
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The definition of profuse is a generous person or something that gives freely or in large amounts.
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Fully sufficient; found in copious supply; in great quantity; overflowing. [First attested around 1350 to 1470.]
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To wish or long for; want:
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To have a strong longing for
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To desire; to want.
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(US, informal, hyperbolic) A long period of time.
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A very long or seemingly endless time:
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The third full moon in a three-month calendrical season that has four full moons.
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Extending tediously beyond a standard duration
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Greatly extended or protracted; prolonged:
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Excessively long:
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To wish for (something) longingly.
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To have a strong, often restless desire.
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To feel strong desire; yearn eagerly
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To perfect or make more intense or effective:
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Extending tediously beyond a standard duration
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Extended in space
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Prone to roaming around with animal-like movements.
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The definition of long winded is someone who talks on and on, often to the point of becoming boring, or extended talking or stories that are being told.
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Extended in time
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Extended in time
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(Music) Held at a certain pitch.
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Using or based on data that are readily quantified or verified:
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Characterized by polysyllables
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Sesquipedalian.
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The hour of childbirth.
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The definition of sesquipedalian is something eighteen inches in length, is very lengthy or uses long words.
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Of 100 years; of a centennial
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(Informal) Very bad, awful.
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The definition of circuitous is something oblique, roundabout or longer than the most direct way.
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Of or relating to the cultivation of vast areas of land with a minimum of labor or expense.
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Including (almost) everything within its scope
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Long-suffering; patient; showing self-control and restraint.
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(Rare) Long-lived
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A village and plain of ancient Greece northeast of Athens. It was the site of a major Athenian victory over the Persians in 490 bc .
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Existing or remaining in the same state for an indefinitely long time; enduring:
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Using more words than are necessary; long-winded
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Characterized by repetition, especially excessive repetition.
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(Philosophy) everlasting, that is having infinite temporal duration; as opposed to eternal, outside time and thus lacking temporal duration
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Boring, monotonous, time consuming, wearisome.
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Verbose is defined as a person who uses way too many words, or who talks a lot.
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Containing or using many or too many words; verbose
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(Gnosticism, preferred spelling, with æon) A spirit being emanating from the Godhead.
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A long Greek epic poem, ascribed to Homer, dealing with events near the end of the Trojan War
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(Now rare) Patience or tolerance in the face of adversity; forbearance, long-suffering.
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The length or duration of a life or lives
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(Philosophy) existence within time but infinitely into the future; as opposed to eternity, understood as existing outside time
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To feel sympathy or compassion:
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To have a strong longing for
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To have hope (for)
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Hunger is defined as wanting something.
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To have an intense desire, especially one that is sexual.
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To fail to understand or have a shortcoming of perception.
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To wither or waste away from longing or grief:
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To be thirsty
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To have a strong longing for
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To feel deep pity, sympathy, or tenderness:
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Scanty, as in clothing.
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Cut or shortened, especially of a literary work
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Tending to pass away or fade from sight like mist or smoke; ephemeral
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The definition of ephemeral is something that has a very short lifespan or lasts for a very short time.
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To have a feeling of aversion or antipathy towards; not to like. [from 16th c.]
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To feel dislike or distaste for:
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To regard with dislike or repugnance
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