long-lasting

adjective

: existing or continuing for a long time
a book that has long-lasting significance
The trip had a long-lasting effect on me.

Examples of long-lasting in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Presidents in recent decades have almost exclusively turned to relatively young nominees in an effort to put a long-lasting stamp on the court. David Lauter, Los Angeles Times, 18 May 2024 The procedure is quick and safe, resulting in minimal side effects and long-lasting relief as the body trains itself to burp. Laurie Saloman, Verywell Health, 17 May 2024 The device can be used on the whole body and delivers long-lasting results. Nora Colomer, Fox News, 17 May 2024 Paris Hilton's 2 Children: All About Phoenix and London The pair's long-lasting relationship hit a snag in 2005, in the middle of The Simple Life’s run, when Hilton and Richie had a public fallout. Lia Beck, Peoplemag, 15 May 2024 Some people experience long-lasting relief after that, while others may need continued treatment. Amanda MacMillan, Health, 7 May 2024 Modernize’s mission is to help professionals grow their business while forging quality, long-lasting relationships with homeowners. Modernize, Miami Herald, 7 May 2024 The scent is strong and long-lasting—perfect for wearing day into night. Nora Colomer, Fox News, 6 May 2024 Shop for curtains in a performance or outdoor fabric to ensure long-lasting quality. Abby Wolner, Better Homes & Gardens, 4 May 2024

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“Long-lasting.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/long-lasting. Accessed 22 May. 2024.

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