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  • adj. Much longer than usual


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extra +‎ long


  • Then there was the one who removed my hyphens in words like "extra-long", making it "extralong", which, well, just WTF?

    better than whacking myself on the big toe with a hammer

  • For some reason she took the hyphen out of “extra-long” (which is to say she made it “extralong”, not “extra long”), for example, and other similar things.


  • Mo never noticed that I took extralong to pump his gas.

    Magic City

  • I hope you count your blessings this year as you tighten that extralong belt.

    Robyn Blumner: Dear Too Big To Fail

  • The three girls took extralong steps, avoiding the Atherton-Pryce Hall crest, which was etched into the stone at the crossing of three walkways.

    Beautiful Disaster

  • His extralong kiss at the convention in Los Angeles was an extralong reminder that he really did love his wife and he really was faithful to her.

    Heart of a Patriot

  • It was almost enough to make me wonder: had Pandora lingered extralong in the bathroom to guarantee this camera time?

    Nancy Drew: Girl Detective Model Menace #37

  • But around that time, Cryer's extralong resume stopped being so amusing.


  • Surf-Inspired Sheets Delias It can be tough finding cute sheets for dorm beds (extralong twins).

    Back-To-School Guide

  • Maia settled beside her on the new, extralong sofa.

    In the Midnight Hour


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