Definition of weeklong
: lasting a week
Examples of weeklong in a Sentence
We attended a weeklong training conference in Atlanta.
Recent Examples of weeklong from the Web
A weeklong series dedicated to skewering the traditions, expectations, and psychodrama that surround wedding season.
Gray’s death inspired protests, rioting and a weeklong citywide curfew, and prompted then-mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to fire the sitting police commissioner, Anthony Batts.
Short said the White House remained hopeful after Senate Republicans submitted two versions of the bill to the Congressional Budget Office for scoring over the weeklong recess.
Senate Republicans have been divided over the current proposal, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, postponed a vote on the measure until after Congress' weeklong July 4 recess.
Its fate remains uncertain as senators head back to their districts for a weeklong recess.
Johnson said the goal is to get an agreement by Friday so the CBO can analyze it over the weeklong recess.
And a preview of her interview with alt-right personality Alex Jones ignited a weeklong media saga that enveloped the network—exacerbating tensions surrounding a show that has appeared embattled from its very conception.
He's been aiming to win Senate passage this week, before a weeklong July 4 recess that leaders worry opponents will use to weaken support for the legislation.
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WEEKLONG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of weeklong for English Language Learners
: lasting for a week
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