from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who or that which prolongs, or lengthens in time or space.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who, or that which, causes an extension in time or space.

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  • noun One who or that which prolongs, or lengthens in time or space.


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  • Connu pour sa cupidité, Marlborough fut soupçonné de prolonger la guerre par intérêt personnel.

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  • This sounds like it will be a bitter, prolonger battle in Alger's NC to determine who will speak for *the people . . .

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  • This displays the enthusiasm of men and women of Ploiesti and besides it reminds us that we, Romanians and Cubans, have similarities in this respect -- political enthusiasm, revolutionary enthusiasm. (loud, prolonger applause).


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  • Nous espérons la conserver; que Dieu veuille lui prolonger la vie comme vous voyez que nous en avons besoin, et avoir votre Révérence en sa sainte garde.

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  • If everybody knew the power of laughter as a health tonic and life prolonger the tinge of sadness which now clouds the American face would largely disappear, and many physicians would find their occupation gone.

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