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
The shootings followed a daylong round of depositions in Alan Bates' fight to get more time with his young daughters, who are now 27 and 24.
During the daylong mentoring initiative, representatives from AT&T surprised attendees by presenting OYC with a check for $25,000 to support its ongoing programming.
And in Europe, a 67-year-old Belgian woman was led remarkably astray by her GPS, turning what was supposed to be a 90-mile drive to Brussels into a daylong voyage into Germany and beyond.
The daylong funeral began with prayers at the All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) in Sterling, Virginia — where the teens were headed.
In addition to the daylong Thursday conference, events include a kickoff party from 6 p.m. to midnight Wednesday, Oct. 25, and a closing party from 6 p.m. to midnight Thursday, Oct. 27.
With just a few dots and a swift finger blend, your under eyes will look fully rested for daylong wear.
The rules also require a daylong schedule of activities designed to expose the travelers to ordinary Cubans.
Daylong festivities will mark the 152nd commemoration of the end of U.S. slavery and center on Johnson House, which once served as a stop on the Underground Railroad.
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First Known Use of daylong
before 12th century
DAYLONG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of daylong for English Language Learners
: lasting an entire day
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