from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Lasting through the whole day.
- adv. Through the day; all day.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Which lasts a day, or approximately so.
- adv. Throughout the day.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lasting through an entire day
- adv. during the entire day
With her were two other student members of the Hillel Jewish Center taking part in daylong “getting to know the other” events between Muslim and Jewish student groups at USC.
When the government failed to step down after almost two months, Hezbollah called a daylong “strike” on January 23, 2007.
Still, no participant publicly called the daylong exercise a waste of time.
The opposition called the daylong protest after the federal government refused to roll back the 6.7 percent hike in fuel prices announced 10 days ago.
The opposition called the daylong protest after the federal government refused to roll back the 6.7 per cent hike in fuel prices announced 10 days ago.
As it turned out, Dr. Jackson was going to join me and two other colleagues in a daylong trip to a research clinic evaluating a purported energy-medicine device.
A judge approved the warrant Tuesday and police and the FBI conducted a daylong search Wednesday.
That daylong effort again failed to turn up any clues and police said they were back at square one.
Millions around the world watched on live TV as police commandos exchanged fire with hostage-taker Rolando Mendoza after daylong negotiations broke down.
“Now is the chance to fix our health care system and improve the lives of millions of Americans,” Representative Louise M. Slaughter, Democrat of New York and chairwoman of the Rules Committee, said as she opened the daylong proceedings.