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- For a long time.
- At last, finally.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. At the end or conclusion; after a long period. See Syn. of At last, under Last.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a lengthy or prolix manner
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I also wish to thank Valerie Frankel, Sarah White Bournakel, Maggie Nelson Burchill, Alisa Torres, and John B., who all spoke to me at length about losing a spouse.
She thinks up projects and explains them at length to Anna the typist, who shrinks like a turtle into her worn-out suit every time Tatiana Vasilievna sails into the room.
Keiley spoke at length on several aspects he considered pertinent to the investment:
In the face of stiff odds and heavy fire, Evans, Bee, Bartow, and Hampton had been compelled at length to withdraw to the hill where lived the widow Judith Henry.
He had been exchanged at length after he fell into Federal hands at Verdiersville, and had been prompt to return to active duty.
David Tucker, the Richmond authority on pneumonia, at length had arrived.
However, in the years since Machine, two of us Dan Jones and Jim Womack have addressed these issues at length in subsequent volumes.
Aristotle, in his "Categories" places quantity (with which he deals at length from the logical standpoint in the sixth chapter) first in his enumeration of the nine accidents.
A couple of weeks after the first American bombing raids had begun, the al-Qaeda leader met with Taysir Allouni of Al Jazeera, who interviewed the Saudi exile at length on October 21.
Dick Garnett's men, when they at length gave ground, went far around to the north side of the town.