agelong


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age•long

(ˈeɪdʒˌlɔŋ, -ˌlɒŋ)

adj.
lasting for an age.
[1800–10]
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Adj.1.agelong - lasting through all time; "agelong struggle for freedom"
long - primarily temporal sense; being or indicating a relatively great or greater than average duration or passage of time or a duration as specified; "a long life"; "a long boring speech"; "a long time"; "a long friendship"; "a long game"; "long ago"; "an hour long"
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Jurgis, who knew nothing about the agelong and everlasting hypocrisy of woman, would take the bait and grin with delight; and then he would hold his finger in front of little Antanas' eyes, and move it this way and that, and laugh with glee to see the baby follow it.
He noted that the crisis is not only the result of the agelong marginalisation of the Ijaw in Edo State but also the continued brazen denial of the Ijaw people their inalienable rights to rule themselves',
Holocaust can facilitate Jewish identification not in the sense that Jewish people become more united for their shared feelings of hatred or common desire for revenge, but in the sense that it has become a collective memory of the survivors and their descendants, keeping them always alert to the threatening danger of the anti-Semitism and reminding them of the important mission of carrying on the agelong Jewish tradition into the future.
Tolkien believed that elements of stories "have been put into the Cauldron, where so many potent things lie simmering agelong on the fire [.
So we answer to the infernal, agelong and eternal order issued from on high.