dayslong

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

days +‎ -long

Adjective[edit]

dayslong (not comparable)

  1. Lasting several or many days.
    • 2015 August 21, Julie Turkewitz, “Thousands Stop to Smell a Flower (and Hope Not to Gag)”, in New York Times[1]:
      When the flower’s skirt began to unfurl on Tuesday night, it was the end of a dayslong vigil followed throughout the city via a live-video feed called the StinkyCam.