long

502 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[lˈɒŋ], [lˈɒŋ], [l_ˈɒ_ŋ]
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Synonyms for Long:

durable (adjective)

durable, enduring, eternal, everlasting, incessant, interminable, lasting, lengthy, lifelong, lifetime, livelong, long-life, perennial, perpetual, prolonged.

long (adjective)

elongated, endwise, extensive, lengthwise, linear, reaching, stretched.

size (adjective)

amplitudinous, big, broad, bulky, chunky, corpulent, dimensional, expansive, great, high, large, magnificent, measurable, portly, sizable, voluminous, wide.

desire (verb)

covet, crave, desire, expect, fancy, grasp, hanker, hope, hunger, itch, lust, need, pine, thirst, want, welcome, wish, yearn.

lament (verb)

agonize, bemoan, bewail, clamor, cry, decry, grieve, groan, lament, moan, mourn, sigh, sniffle, snuffle, sob, ululate, wail, weep, whimper, whine.

Other synonyms and related words:

Desiderate, From, Languishing, Marathon, Overlong, abundant, abundantly, ache, ache for, ache to, adore, aeon, afar, afflict, age, ageless, agelong, ages, ago, aim, all-night, allow, along, always, ample, and night, apart, appetite, ascend, aspire, aspire after, aspire to, atavistic, attenuated, aware, away, backspin, basis, be dying for, be dying to, be hurting for, because of, become feeble, bimestrial, blue moon, boring, boundless, bulkily, bull, bull account, bulldog, bully, burn, burn to, care, catch at, century, chief, choose, choose to, chronically, circuitous, circular, clamor for, coherent, coherently, colossal, compass, comprehensive, consider, consistent, constantly, contemplate, continued, craving, cry for, curtail, cycle, das, daylong, de longue haleine, dead, dearly love to, deep, delayed, delicately, design, detain someone, die, diffuse, diffusely, diffusive, dilate, dilatory, disappear, distance, distant, distantly, do with, dogged, double, dour, dourly, dragged out, dragging, drawn-out, dream, dream of, dull, duration, duration of time, dye, eagerness, eagle-eyed, earn, elongate, endless, endure, enduringly, enlarged, envy, eon, eternity, ever, excel in, expanded, extend, extendable, extended, extendible, extension, extensively, extent, fade, famine, far, far-flung, far-off, far-reaching, faraway, fargoing, farseeing, farsighted, farsightedly, filled out, flatulent, floor-length, fluently, for a long stretch of time, for a long time, for ages, for an age, for life, for long, foreseeing, foreshortened, foresighted, foresightful, forever, forever and a day, forever and ever, freely, frequency, frequently, further, gangling, gangly, gape for, garrulous, gasp for, gentle slope, giant, gigantic, grasp at, greatly, have a craving, have a mind, have a yen, have a yen for, highly, hone, hone for, hope for, hour, hour after hour, hourlong, huge, hulky, hurt, idolise, increase, indirect, intend, interminably, invoke, irregular, itch for, itch to, jump at, kerchief, languish, languish for, lank, lanky, largely, late, leader, leggy, length, lengthen, lengthened, lengthily, light year, like, like to, limitless, lingering, little, lofty, long account, long for, long interest, long run, long side, long since, long time, long to, long torse, long while, long-acting, long-continuing, long-dated, long-distance, long-drawn, long-drawn-out, long-handled, long-lasting, long-legged, long-lived, long-pending, long-range, long-snouted, long-spun, long-standing, long-staple, long-term, long-winded, long-wool, long-wooled, longer, longest, longiloquent, longing, longish, longitudinal, longitudinally, longly, longs, longsighted, longsome, longstanding, look appear, loquacious, love, love to, low, lust for, mammoth, margin purchaser, massive, mean, mindful, miss, month, month after month, month of Sundays, monthlong, months, morning, much, muse, never-ending, nightlong, no end of, nonadjacent, noon, obdurate, oblong, off, often, ordinarily, out, outstretched, overnight, padded, pant, pant for, partway, party, persevering, persistent, persistently, pertinacious, pertinaciously, pine away, pine for, plan, polysyllabic, pouring liquid, prefer, presbyopic, principal, produce, prolix, prolong, propose, prospicient, protract, protracted, protractedly, provident, purpose, range, rangy, rate, recollective, regularly, remaining, remote, remotely, removed, resolve, retentive, right smart spell, roundabout, running, semipermanent, sesquipedal, sesquipedalian, short-range, side, sigh for, since time began, slow, slowly, smartly, smoothly, spin, spoil for, spread out, spun-out, staccato, starvation, statuesque, steady, sticking together, stressed, stretch, stretched out, stretching, stringy, stubborn, stubbornly unyielding, stumpy, suffer, suit size designation, suspire, sustained, talkative, tall, tally, tardily, tardy, tedious, tediously, temporal, tenacious, tenaciously, tennis court determination, thirst for, thrice, till doomsday, time immemorial, time-consuming, topspin, towering, unbending, uncompromising, underarm, undergo, undyingly, unending, unendingly, unplayable, unrelenting, unremitting, unsound, unyielding, unyieldingly, usually, vanish, verbose, very, viewpoint, want to, weary for, weeklong, well, will, windy, wish for, wish to, without end, womb-to-tomb, wordy, would fain do, would fain have, year, year after year, yearlong, yearn for, years, years on end, yen, yen for.

Rhymes for Long:

  1. prong, jong, strong, pong, wrong, gong, thong, throng, song;
  2. lifelong, yearlong, belong, along, sarong, prolong;

Quotes for Long:

  1. Win any way you can as long as you can get away with it. Leo Durocher.
  2. It's been a long road back to health and fitness for me. I am just glad to have been given the opportunity to do what I love most. Jonah Lomu.
  3. Let me tell you I am better acquainted with you for a long absence, as men are with themselves for a long affliction: absence does but hold off a friend, to make one see him the truer. Ovid.

Idioms of Long:

  1. for the long haul;
  2. take the ( long) count;
  3. Kings have long arms;