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Synonyms for long

Synonyms for long

a long time

having great physical length

having a rather great upward projection

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having many syllables

extending tediously beyond a standard duration

to have a strong longing for

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desire strongly or persistently

primarily temporal sense

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primarily spatial sense

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of relatively great height

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good at remembering

holding securities or commodities in expectation of a rise in prices

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(of speech sounds or syllables) of relatively long duration

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involving substantial risk

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planning prudently for the future

having or being more than normal or necessary:"long on brains"

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Clarke said that most of the known long houses were built on posts about a 1ft wide, but trees had been used for the base of the Monmouth structure.
The Long House, West Forest, Earsdon, is for sale through George F White at pounds 750,000, tel: 01665 603581.
Deep in the Borneo rain forest, where there is no habitation except for the occasional long house for 60 miles on one side and 200 miles on the other, the 10 teens were met by the Iban who were to be their hosts for the next month.
The longest comprises twenty-one bays or family compartments, more even than the exceptionally long house at a better-known village, Sulit Air near Lake Singkarak, which only has twenty.
And with their husbands, a few of their kids, and a dog named Max, they rented two 26-foot long house trailers, and had them delivered to the shore of Crowley Lake.
The episode will feature visits to a Tongkat ali harvesting in Sarawak (the world's oldest rainforest), the Dayak settlement at their long house to spotlight their history of use of Tongkat ali, traditional herbal stalls at the Chow Kit Market in Kuala Lumpur, a Tongkat ali plantation at Forest Research Institute Malaysia, and Orang Asli settlement in West Malaysia where they harvest the root in the rainforest.
Some of Fell's Point's historical and cultural landmarks include the Robert Long House, known as the oldest existing residence in Baltimore and Douglass Terrace, named after Frederick Douglass, the famous slave who came to Fell's Point in 1826, where he stayed until he escaped to the north to freedom in 1838.
An earthy color palette, layered plantings, and a trellis at the top of the long house wall create a softer first impression.
Northeastern Arizona's Long House Valley was home to the Kayenta Anasazi, one of several branches of a complex culture that disappeared from the American Southwest in the 12th century.
When an arsonist burned down the Big House, a native long house at Alert Bay three years ago, Aboriginal Neighbours raised $14,000 to help rebuild it.
The 39-room Long House Bethel Inn Hotel recently had its grand opening after developers saw an opportunity to remodel the old Kuskokwim Inn and create a new hotel.
During the award ceremony, UBC President Martha Piper praised Chief Lucas for his devotion to the protection of natural resources and his significant work with the UBC Fisheries Centre and the First Nations Long House.
Students found evidence of hunting and at least one long house at a site believed to be a living area.
He picture this: In a long house somewhere on the coast of West Africa about fifty Africans, in simple white cotton robes, are gathered, in a dim light, each awaiting his or her turn to be dunked, head-down, into a big wooden bucket of water.
Sage Femme Awards were presented to Elizabeth Smoke, Spiritual Faithkeeper for the Wolf Clan at the Cayuga Long House, and Gladys Milton, a midwife who has delivered over 3000 babies and recently won her legal right to keep practicing in the state of Florida.