Examples of longtime in a Sentence
the longtime chairman of the committee
longtime residents of the neighborhood
Recent Examples of longtime from the Web
Her career as an actress was catapulted by the success of the award-winning show, and even earned her direct praise from Beyoncé, but Serayah continued to feed her true longtime passion: making music.
Photo: Sara Randazzo/The Wall Street Journal After Ms. Vassell’s emails arrived, Mr. Lane sought help from Mr. Voge, who was a longtime friend.
The extension of Corporate Boulevard is the beginning of the final phase of the West Corporate Center, a longtime corporate development by Dolan & Murphy Real Estate.
The owners of Eli Cannon’s Tap Room are selling the business to two longtime employees, the restaurant announced in social media posts Friday morning.
His great-uncle Ted —- a longtime federal judge — is the namesake of the federal courthouse in downtown Detroit.
Brandi Glanville and LeAnn Rimes have finally ended their longtime feud.
Our group of four longtime female friends arrived in Bordeaux a few days before the cruise started.
The first member of the Carolina Panthers organization to score some points — figuratively, that is — under new owner David Tepper is the team’s longtime mascot, Sir Purr.
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LONGTIME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of longtime for English Language Learners
: having been something specified for many years
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