Definition of daylong
: lasting all day a daylong tour
Examples of daylong in a Sentence
a daylong tour of the city
Recent Examples of daylong from the Web
Wing quickly recalled the daylong drives the two would take when delivering cars to auction houses.
Of course, there’s the annual Pride Parade in the Lakeview entertainment district and a daylong PrideFest at Sloss Furnaces.
The arrests have sparked protests in cities around Morocco, primarily in the evening after observant Muslims break the daylong fast of the holy month of Ramadan.
Friday night will feature a bill capped by Four Fried Chickens and a Coke, and Saturday’s daylong entertainment will conclude with Kansas City’s favorite Irish rockers, The Elders.
First, the Islamic State targeted the popular Al Faqma shop in the central Karrada neighborhood of Baghdad, where families had gathered to celebrate iftar and break their daylong fast during the holy month of Ramadan.
My daylong drive from Monterey to Santa Barbara was a great success.
After a daylong climb, the Dow closed up 101.87 to 7,826.61.
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First Known Use of daylong
before 12th century
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Definition of daylong for English Language Learners
: lasting an entire day
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