Definition of longtime
: having been so for a long time : long-standing a longtime friend a longtime friendship
Examples of longtime in a Sentence
the longtime chairman of the committee
longtime residents of the neighborhood
Recent Examples of longtime from the Web
Logo is honoring Cyndi Lauper later this month at its Trailblazer Honors for her longtime advocacy work for the LGBT community.
The late Holtzman, who invented the save statistic, was a longtime Chicago baseball writer and columnist.
Trump’s longtime lawyer, Marc Kasowitz, has joined a still-forming legal team to help the president shoulder the intensifying Russia investigations.
While overseas, Trump's longtime lawyer, Marc Kasowitz, joined a still-forming legal team to help the president shoulder the intensifying investigations into Russian interference in the election and his associates' potential involvement.
Donald Trump made no secret during the presidential campaign of his disdain for America’s trading partners, his skepticism of longtime alliances and his eagerness to refocus U.S. foreign policy on the single-minded pursuit of American security.
In a camp full of grizzled veterans and wounded warriors, Reyes doesn’t fit Hollywood tropes of a longtime guerrilla.
Longtime league manager Cary Lundy, who will lead Edelman & Thompson this season after 30 years at the helm of UMB Bank, has won seven league titles and is nearing a Ban Johnson League milestone.
The Yankees also joined forces last year with a longtime adversary, the ticket reseller StubHub, in a deal that could earn the Yankees as much as $100 million over six and a half years.
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Definition of longtime for English Language Learners
: having been something specified for many years
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