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daylong

adjective day·long \ˈdā-ˌlŋ\

: lasting an entire day

Full Definition of DAYLONG

:  lasting all day <a daylong tour>

Examples of DAYLONG

  1. a daylong tour of the city

First Known Use of DAYLONG

1855

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