lengthily


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length·y

 (lĕngk′thē, lĕng′-, lĕn′-)
adj. length·i·er, length·i·est
1. Of considerable length, especially in time; extended: a lengthy convalescence.
2. Tediously long; drawn-out: a lengthy explanation.

length′i·ly adv.
length′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.lengthily - in a lengthy or prolix mannerlengthily - in a lengthy or prolix manner; "the argument went on lengthily"; "she talked at length about the problem"
Translations

lengthily

[ˈleŋ(k)θɪlɪ] ADV [speak] → largo y tendido; [write] → extensamente

lengthily

advausführlich, langatmig (pej)

lengthily

[ˈlɛŋθɪlɪ] adva lungo
References in classic literature ?
He recapitulated his evenings tediously and lengthily.
236), and lengthily grounds Dickens's appeal in an exploitation of that stock Freudian complex.
The company has decided after a lengthily process to joint venture with a private concern located in Northern Nevada, which has various mining interests in Nevada and in New Mexico.
Both also discussed the issue relevant to forming joint Arab forces, with the minister saying that the choice of Lebanon's affiliation to the forces should be thoroughly and lengthily studied.
It is a clear message sent to the executive power which has lengthily controlled institutions and citizens and shows that the legislative power is able to put forth a non confidence motion at any time", she added.
True, Nicolas Maduro, Chavez's deputy whom he met in prison, is a veteran politician who served lengthily alongside his leader, but no one can replace the "comandante.
Of course, the science, lengthily explained by Colter's handlers (Vera Farmiga and Jeffrey Wright), makes no sense if you think about it for more than three seconds.
With the discussion ranging from Brown's collaborations with Robert Rauschenberg to continued gender discrimination when it comes to fame and funding in the arts, the twenty-minute interview--as the format dictates--presented a radically uneven set of information: introductory clues for those hearing of Brown perhaps for the first time but also some pithy lures for those listeners deeply and lengthily engaged in following her career.
The Sidon municipality has decided to take action while stressing that some public interests need to be urgently tackled rather than lengthily discussed," he added.
There is no adverb *longly; instead, either the adjective long or else lengthily (derived from the nominalisation length) are employed.
And the people queued, lengthily, due to necessarily draconian security measures, but still patiently, and little other than 'marvellous', 'fantastic', 'wonderful' was heard, along with the 'best new building in the world' only to be matched later with the 'best fireworks in the world'.