longly

adverb long·ly

Definition of longly

  1. :  at or to a considerable length :  for a considerable distance the lawn sloping longly up to the brick house — Ross Lockridge

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Origin and Etymology of longly

Middle English longly, langly, from long, lang long + -ly — more at long


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