daylong

adjective
day·​long | \ ˈdā-ˌlȯŋ How to pronounce daylong (audio) \

Definition of daylong

: lasting all day a daylong tour

Examples of daylong in a Sentence

a daylong tour of the city
Recent Examples on the Web Italy on Thursday is marking the 10th anniversary of the Concordia disaster with a daylong commemoration that will end with a candlelit vigil near the moment the ship hit the reef: 9:45 p.m. on Jan. 13, 2012. Trisha Thomas And Nicole Winfield, USA TODAY, 12 Jan. 2022 The daylong Fresh Coast Jazz Festival Fall Affair swings into Brookfield's Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts, 3270 Mitchell Park Drive, with the doors opening at 2 p.m. Oct. 9. Chris Foran, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 6 Oct. 2021 The award was presented Aug. 26 as part of the daylong Truth Seekers conference, hosted by Variety and Rolling Stone, to examine the explosive growth in documentary and nonfiction production. Cynthia Littleton, Variety, 26 Aug. 2021 After launching, the Starliner was supposed to commence a daylong trip to the space station. Catherine Thorbecke, ABC News, 3 Aug. 2021 There's a daylong Juneteenth celebration happening Saturday across the city of Springboro, which was founded by Quakers and played a significant role in the Underground Railroad as a safe harbor for slaves. Luann Gibbs, The Enquirer, 17 June 2021 The scene in downtown Minneapolis on Tuesday morning, where organizers were setting up a daylong celebration of the life and legacy of Floyd, had all the trappings of a summer music festival. Star Tribune, 25 May 2021 Saturday was the ninth year for the daylong Great American Beach Party, and its first appearance since 2019. Chris Perkins, sun-sentinel.com, 29 May 2021 For islanders, getting to the mainland in the best of circumstances would’ve meant a daylong trip to get the vaccine. David Sharp, Anchorage Daily News, 7 Apr. 2021 See More

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First Known Use of daylong

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined above

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“Daylong.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/daylong. Accessed 1 Jul. 2022.

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