Examples of longtime in a Sentence
the longtime chairman of the committee
longtime residents of the neighborhood
Recent Examples of longtime from the Web
The Soviet Union had close ties to longtime Libyan dictator Col.
Two new faces have been added with the departure of two longtime broadcasters.
Executives from Soros Fund Management oversee the businesses, including the fund's longtime tax counsel and the chief financial officer for the fund's family office.
Serving as longtime editor and publisher of Constitution was the legendary Ralph McGill, renowned for championing civil rights in the segregated South.
Since assuming the gig following the departure of longtime coach JoAnne Graf in 2009, Alameda has put her stamp on the program with 483 of her 640 career wins and five of her six ACC championships in the last five years.
Following the sudden and tragic news of Kate Spade’s death on Tuesday, friends, customers, and longtime admirers of the designer shared their memories of her on social media.
Phyllis's strong Christian faith was reflected through her longtime involvement with the First Church of Christ in Simsbury and Bible studies.
The opening night party included the play's director Maxwell Anderson, Batt's husband Tom Cianfichi and longtime friends including actress Patricia Clarkson.
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Definition of longtime for English Language Learners
: having been something specified for many years
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