from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. the grave.
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Following his visit to Führer headquarters, Dr. Bäke was given a long home leave, and on 1 May 1944 was promoted to the rank of Oberst.
IT was not many weeks after this departure of Lord Ravenel's – the pain of which was almost forgotten in the comfort of Guy's first long home letter, which came about this time – that John one morning, suddenly dropping his newspaper, exclaimed,
Ague, if the expected had happened, should have gripped and shaken me until my teeth rattled; and after alternations of raging fever and arctic cold, I ought to have gone to my long home with the fearful shapes of delirium yelling in my ears.
Angel, “Doubtless thy long home will be in hell-fire and thy doom the wrath of the Almighty.”