from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Continuing for a lifetime.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Lasting or continuing through life: as, a lifelong struggle with poverty; a lifelong friend.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Lasting or continuing through life.
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- adjective Extending for the entire duration of life.
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- adjective continuing through life
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Atlanta is creating what it calls "lifelong communities."
In it Haggard admits to what he called a lifelong sexual problem.
Patrick Malarkey, of the Christian Homophobia Coalition, organized protests at the meeting in Houston against the abandonment of what he described as a lifelong dream.
Born in Bangladesh, Rais Bhuiyan came to the US to pursue what he describes as his "lifelong dream of higher education and to experience the American dream".
Polls in the weeks since the first debate have been volatile, but several have put his party in second place ahead of Brown, who could fall even further after a gaffe in which he called a lifelong Labour supporter a bigot.
In August 2007, Pierce realized what he called a lifelong dream when P.D. Publishing Inc.
This lifelong is leaving this corrupt party that made a mockery of equality and justice for all. steveda - poconos, PA
Today, he is pouring nearly $200 million into what has become known as lifelong learning, or college-based education for older adults.
Although of course that initial sense of excitement didn't last forever, by and large my nine years at Oxford, as undergraduate and graduate, were very happy indeed; not only did I thoroughly enjoy and prosper at my academic work, but I made a variety of friends from all over the world, especially from south and east Asia, with many of whom I have kept in lifelong contact.
In Finding the Treasure, Sandra Schneiders defines a nun's life as "the total commitment to Christ in lifelong consecrated celibacy lived in community and mission."