long-held

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long-held (comparative more long-held, superlative most long-held)

  1. held (assumed, proposed, believed etc.) for a long time
    • 2020 April 22, “Network News: Glenfinnan turns blue to honour NHS workers”, in Rail, page 9:
      The illumination was organised by Martin Whyte from events company The Stage Group, fulfilling a long-held ambition of his to light up the 21-arch Scottish structure.