all day long

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Adv.1.all day long - during the entire dayall day long - during the entire day; "light pours daylong into the parlor"
References in classic literature ?
All day long to the judgment-seat The crazed Provincials drew-- All day long at their ruler's feet Howled for the blood of the Jew.
Now Doubt - now Pain Come never again, For her soul gives me sigh for sigh, And all day long Shines, bright and strong, Astarté within the sky, While ever to her dear Eulalie upturns her matron eye - While ever to her young Eulalie upturns her violet eye.
He was loath to leave his brother alone all day long, and he was afraid his brother would laugh at him about it.
He begged hard to see her, saying that he would be very quiet, and that they need not fear his being alarmed, for he had sat alone by his young brother all day long when he was dead, and had felt glad to be so near him.
All day long she sat, and now evening came apace, and the noise of battle drew near, swelled, and sank, and died away.
If that room'd he bare-floored an' empty, I'd see nothin' but it and its bare floor all day long.
There came a day when the rain fell in torrents; and it being December, to be wet with it and have to sit all day long in one of the cold cellars of Brown's was no laughing matter.
First he smote their mules and their hounds, but presently he aimed his shafts at the people themselves, and all day long the pyres of the dead were burning.
The only thing very noticeable about Nebraska was that it was still, all day long, Nebraska.
Toto played all day long, and Dorothy played with him, and loved him dearly.