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Synonyms for livelong

perennial northern temperate plant with toothed leaves and heads of small purplish-white flowers

(of time) constituting the full extent or duration

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The participants also raised slogans Pakistan and Pak-Army Livelong.
How public--like a Frog-- To tell one's name--the livelong June-- To an admiring Bog
Lakki district Nazim Ishfaq Ahmad Khan Meenakhel inaugurated the project amidst the slogans of Pak-Turkey friendship livelong.
We'd had a few chats, over time, about living in a moment on earth where the word "brand" had crept into poetry--(or rather the "How public--like a Frog--to tell one's name, the livelong June--to an admiring Bog," as Emily had it .
It is heartwarming to see animals that were once neglected, abandoned or abused receiving the high quality, livelong care and respect they deserve at Wolf Haven International.
I am confident that by having a Vice Chairman who has been a livelong logistician and transporter, future strategic-level decision making will be better informed and positively impacted as our armed forces respond to near-term requirements while planning for future regional security environments.
Not at all surprising was the fact that almost every teacher commented either on my ability to contribute to "class discussions" or my incessant need to chatter all the livelong day.
Flee unto God (Q 51:50); Prostrate thyself and draw nigh (Q 96:19); Glorify Him the livelong night (Q 76:26); and Keep vigil all the night save a little (Q 73:32) strike the keynote of the period.
The night has been unruly: where we lay, Our chimneys were blown down; and, as they say, Lamentings heard i' the air; strange screams of death, And prophesying with accents terrible Of dire combustion and confused events New hatch'd to the woeful time: the obscure bird Clamour'd the livelong night: some say, the earth Was feverous and did shake.
She is faced with the chatter of her latchkey child, about whom she has worried all the livelong day.
That's a world better than the nonsense we get out of the federal government every livelong day.
Bain de Boue, Pourquoi, warum, Herr Verwirrung, Do you trick trek so far for Ophir Or Opar or any such other Ophidian Orcades, take a gander At panning for this slipsloshed Solvency, land of bilk and funny Money, dangle jingle jangle In the old pants pocket, when you Already have all the doodah, Dits, dots and crosses, ducks And does, sufficient thereto Unto all the livelong day.
If she made herself miserable the livelong night and day it was only this much to them-'Ah, she makes herself unhappy.
The Worcester-Nashua train stalled somewhere near the Summit: "In the yard, three engines tugged and slipped and churned the livelong afternoon in a vain endeavor to remove a freight train from the viaduct.