adjective Date: 1855 lasting all day <
a daylong tour

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • daylong — O.E. dæglang; see DAY (Cf. day) + LONG (Cf. long) (adj.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • daylong — [dā′lôŋ΄] adj., adv. through the entire day; all day …   English World dictionary

  • daylong — [[t]de͟ɪlɒŋ, AM lɔːŋ[/t]] ADJ: ADJ n Daylong is used to describe an event or activity that lasts for the whole of one day. [mainly AM] After a daylong meeting the governor fired them both …   English dictionary

  • daylong — /day lawng , long /, adj. during the entire day; lasting all day: a daylong trip. [1850 55; DAY + LONG1] * * * …   Universalium

  • daylong — 1. adjective Which lasts a day, or approximately so. 2. adverb Throughout the day. I feel myself to be a man disgraced, walking nightlong and daylong beyond the Paling of a Garden lush with fountains and flowers, waiting In vain for the …   Wiktionary

  • daylong — /ˈdeɪlɒŋ/ (say daylong) adjective lasting the whole day …   Australian English dictionary

  • daylong — adj. throughout an entire day, lasting a whole day …   English contemporary dictionary

  • daylong — day•long [[t]ˈdeɪˌlɔŋ, ˌlɒŋ[/t]] adj. lasting all day • Etymology: 1850–55 …   From formal English to slang

  • daylong — adj. lasting for a day …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dates of 2007 — ▪ 2008 January Ladies and gentlemen: on this day, at this hour, it is still within our power to shape the outcome of this battle. Let us find our resolve, and turn events toward victory. U.S. Pres. George W. Bush, asking for support for his… …   Universalium

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