Examples of yearlong in a Sentence
She went on a yearlong sabbatical.
Recent Examples of yearlong from the Web
The titleholders will serve as community ambassadors throughout their yearlong reigns.
Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said McMaster and his family were met by President Donald Trump, who thanked him for his yearlong service in the post.
Harvard’s Advanced Leadership Initiative, a yearlong program for corporate executives and professionals interested in applying their skills to social problems, operates with a similar concept.
Costs started going up quickly, in part because of a yearlong delay brought on by a lawsuit filed by the Mission Bay Alliance, which opposed the 18,500-seat arena.
This visually compelling documentary follows the yearlong migration of the monarch butterfly from the volcanic forests of Mexico all the way to Canada.
The yearlong agreement limits payment to 14 days a month, meaning McDonald’s annual compensation could reach $336,000, more than double what Land Commissioner George P. Bush earned last year.
Yearlong Standoff The bankruptcy caps a yearlong standoff with lenders and bondholders on its latest debt-cutting plan.
The bankruptcy caps a yearlong standoff with lenders and bondholders on its latest debt-cutting plan.
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YEARLONG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of yearlong for English Language Learners
: lasting one year
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