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
Calipari's presence in D.C. continues his support for the Craft family, who are longtime donors to the university.
Longtime readers of Daily Intelligencer and New York Magazine will instantly recognize the byline of S. Jhoanna Robledo, our real-estate reporter of more than a decade.
A months long delay in vendor payments was a frustration for Larry Kips, president of Aching Backline Rentals, a longtime equipment company that provided stage gear and assistance for the bands at the three-day festival.
Paul learned politics on the knee of his father, Ron Paul, a longtime Texas congressman and irrepressible presidential candidate.
GlamGlow recently teamed with L.A.-based model and Instagram celebrity Nick Bateman, a longtime face of Abercrombie & Fitch, to engage his 6 million-plus followers.
Yesterday came the shocking news that Kermit the Frog's longtime voice actor and puppeteer, Steve Whitmire, was stepping down from the role.
Tarantino and his longtime producers, Bob and Harvey Weinstein, will seek a studio to partner with on distribution and financing, with a plan to shoot in 2018, per Kit.
The Senate proposal was drafted by longtime proponent Sen. Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.).
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First Known Use of longtime
LONGTIME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of longtime for English Language Learners
: having been something specified for many years
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