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a woman with long blonde hair
There was a long line outside the bank.
We walked into a long narrow hall.
It's the longest tunnel in Europe.
It's been a long time since I saw Rachel.
There was a long pause before he spoke.
a long history of mental illness
The room was ten feet long.
How long do you think the table is?
a shirt with long sleeves
She came down to dinner in a long skirt.
The train's here at long last.
It was clear from a very young age that Kylie would go a long way.
The money raised will go a long way toward paying for Freddie's medical treatment.
Technology has come a long way since the days of telegrams.
Cutting jobs could be more expensive in the long run if we have to hire freelancers.
"Why was Martin wandering around the streets at 2 o'clock in the morning?" "It's a long story."
It's a long shot, but I'll ask her.
They've achieved a lot, but they haven't finished yet – not by a long shot.
We should take a long hard look at the way we deal with refugees in this country.
To make a long story short, we both spent the night in jail.
This is the American English definition of long. View British English definition of long.