agelong agelong


  • (adj) lasting through all time


  1. Now is a crisis in the agelong warfare between God and the Devil for the souls of men.
  2. Judith strips myth down to Freudian psychology and debunks belief with Shavian iconoclasmthe tactics by which modern man burglarizes himself of an agelong heritage of mystery.
  3. In man's agelong struggle to win and keep its freedom, a crucial battle had been lost.
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profusion profusion
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