daylong

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

day +‎ long

Adjective[edit]

daylong (not comparable)

  1. Which lasts a day, or approximately so.

Adverb[edit]

daylong (not comparable)

  1. Throughout the day.
    • 1988, Takēs Papatsōnēs
      I feel myself to be a man disgraced, walking nightlong and daylong beyond the Paling of a Garden lush with fountains and flowers, waiting In vain for the....
    • 1986, J. R. Salamanca
      ...silent house with its bare rooms and bone-white walls on which the southern windows cast slanted plaques of light that slide, daylong, towards the...

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