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long–lived

adjective \ˈlŋ-ˈlivd also -ˈlīvd\

: living or lasting for a long time

Full Definition of LONG-LIVED

1
:  having a long life :  characterized by long life <a long–lived family>
2
:  lasting a long time :  enduring

First Known Use of LONG-LIVED

14th century
LONG-LIVED Defined for Kids

long–lived

adjective \ˈlŋ-ˈlivd, -ˈlīvd\

Definition of LONG-LIVED for Kids

:  living or lasting for a long time <a long-lived disagreement>

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