monthlong monthlong  /ˈmənθ ˌlɔŋ/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) last through a month

Usage(s):

  1. In an interview with PTI, he says only a shipment of missiles could account for Russia's bizarre behavior throughout the monthlong saga.
  2. The focus on health care as Congress reconvenes Tuesday after its monthlong recess is nearly all-consuming.
  3. The families were worried in addition to the risk of being caught fleeing Tibet, the boys faced an even more arduous, monthlong trek through innumerable snow-covered passes.

News

  1. Pirates 12, Giants 8

    By Travis Sawchik, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review During his monthlong cooling spell, Starling Marte had tried to do too much. As he slumped, the Pirates’ leadoff man became over-aggressive at the plate ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Mckeesport Daily News

  2. Detour set for Colorado Highway 14 bridge replacement

    A monthlong detour because of a bridge replacement on Colorado Highway 14 east of Interstate 25 begins early Wednesday morning.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Fort Collins Coloradoan

  3. Detour set for Colorado Highway 14 for bridge replacement

    A monthlong detour because of a bridge replacement on Colorado Highway 14 east of Interstate 25 begins early Wednesday morning.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Fort Collins Coloradoan

Quotes

  1. "Obviously it's not good for anybody if Annika is not playing," tour veteran Laura Davies said. "It's the same as if Tiger [Woods] had a monthlong injury and a bad back. Not that people wouldn't watch it, but they'd rather see the premier...
    on Apr 12, 2007 By: Laura Davies Source: ESPN

  2. "I can't imagine they would take a monthlong vacation without fulfilling their obligation to keep America safe," said Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the Republican leader.
    on Aug 4, 2007 By: Mitch McConnell Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "I don't think we should leave here this week for a monthlong recess until we have dealt with the single most important problem facing American people today and our economy: high diesel prices," Cornyn said, referring to the importance of trucking.
    on Aug 13, 2008 By: John Cornyn Source: Austin American-Statesman

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