Definition of monthlong
: lasting a month
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To his credit, Donald Trump—or someone on his staff who might actually listen to black music—managed to release a respectable proclamation acknowledging the monthlong celebration.
MoMA pays tribute to this new wave of innovation with a nearly monthlong series.
At 75, folk-rock pioneer Paul Simon makes Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre the fourth stop on his monthlong U.S. tour.
The alleged stabbings occurred at the start of Ramadan — which began on Friday — which is a monthlong Muslim holy period of prayer, fasting and increased attention to charity.
Friday marks the start of Ramadan, a monthlong fast observed by most of the world's 1.6 billion Muslims.
The concert launching the La Jolla Music Society’s monthlong music extravaganza is a lighthearted faceoff between string players and pianists.
First, the good news: After a nearly monthlong flight ban, the Pentagon’s 20-strong Joint Strike Fighter test fleet is back in the air.
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MONTHLONG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of monthlong for English Language Learners
: lasting an entire month
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