Definition of yearlong
: lasting through a year
Examples of yearlong in a Sentence
She went on a yearlong sabbatical.
Recent Examples of yearlong from the Web
Young had 8.5 sacks and was a dominant pass rusher at times during a breakout junior year in 2015 before he was injured early in the bowl game, requiring surgery and a yearlong recovery.
Environmental science professors and lab workers from Loyola University are heading a yearlong citizen science project to record as many species of plant and animal as possible in the park.
Young argued to a San Diego judge that both Panesar and Hastie should remain in custody, noting the significant evidence obtained during the FBI’s yearlong covert wiretap investigation.
On Saturday, Paul Gorman began his yearlong term as Rancho Bernardo Sunrise Rotary Club president, while Mike Fuqua started his term as Rotary Club of Rancho Bernardo president.
East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore said during a news conference Friday that the audio of the dispatch calls was among the most difficult material that police reviewed during the nearly yearlong investigation.
The Sacramento Police Department took steps Monday to fire an officer who fatally shot an armed, mentally ill black man last July in North Sacramento, following a yearlong investigation into the controversial incident.
A nearly yearlong investigation followed a Seattle Times story revealing a controversial workplace culture shaped by founder Peter Zieve.
The first was in 1997 during the PopMart Tour that visited six continents during a yearlong run.
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YEARLONG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of yearlong for English Language Learners
: lasting one year
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