long-familiar long-familiar

Definition(s):

  • (adj) frequently experienced; known closely or intimately

Usage(s):

  1. As the 20th Century plunged on, long-familiar bearings were lost in the mists of change.
  2. His sketches are cut and dried, peppered sparsely with long-familiar anecdotes.
  3. In the streets of Berlin, hope grew thinner, as did the long-familiar, reassuring roar of the airlift planes.

News

  • Google Reader’s Death Will Vastly Improve The Way You Read

    June 13, 2013 Prepare to see reading apps improve like never before. There’s no shortage of feed-reading solutions either underway or already on the marketplace. Each has its devotees, but last-minute Google Reader refugees will be looking for a long-familiar blend of cross-platform support, ease-of-use and simplicity. Thanks to Google’s failure to pursue a business model for Reader, those users ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Fast Company Magazine

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