Definitions

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  • adjective Alternative form of yearlong.
  • adverb Alternative form of yearlong.

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Examples

  • Having surrendered their previous rector to an appointment at the National Cathedral, the congregation undertook a year-long search that resulted in the hiring of The Rev.

    American Grace

  • The U.S. Agriculture Department, adding fuel to the nearly year-long grain-price rally, said Thursday that the flooding and excessive rain from Montana to Arkansas is blocking farmers from planting more than two million acres of land.

    Farm Flooding Keeps Grain Supplies Tight

  • He then turned his year-long odyssey into a book, 365 Thank Yous, which not only has climbed the bestseller lists, but also inspired people all over the world to take stock of their own lives and feel grateful and loved.

    Cristina Carlino: Five Ways Choosing Love Can Revolutionize Your Life

  • Most Americans disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling the federal budget deficit, but head-to-head against the Republicans in Congress, the president appears to be in better political shape than former president Bill Clinton was at the start of his year-long budget fight with the Republicans in 1995.

    Ratings on Obama's handling of the deficit

  • Kennedy, 77, died on August 25 after a year-long battle with brain cancer.

    Brown vies for Kennedy's seat

  • Citing U.S. officials, The New York Times said that after nearly a year-long pause in American airstrikes, the U.S. has accelerated its campaign in an attempt to keep militants linked to al-Qaida from consolidating power.

    Report: US Intensifying Covert War in Yemen

  • He saved resolutely, took a year-long executive-training seminar and, while working in Atlanta for Siemens AG, started researching the food business.

    Dreams Come True. Or Not.

  • You spend your time working for a national magazine during an emotionally exhausting, year-long campaign.

    Matthew Yglesias » Flacks Fueling Fire

  • Citing U.S. officials, The New York Times said that after nearly a year-long pause in American airstrikes, the U.S. has accelerated its campaign in an attempt to keep militants linked to al-Qaida from consolidating power.

    Report: US Intensifying Covert War in Yemen

  • She said the man who carried on a year-long affair with Maria Belen Chapur was not the man she married.

    Jenny Sanford on her husband: 'The ball is in his court'

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