Definition of Longstanding

1. Adjective. Having existed for a long time. "The longstanding conflict"

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Definition of Longstanding

1. Adjective. Having persisted for an extended period of time. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Longstanding

longshoring
longshorings
longshot
longshots
longsighted
longsightedness
longsleeved
longsome
longsomely
longsomeness
longsomenesses
longspine snipefish
longspun
longspur
longspurs
longstanding (current term)
longstop
longstops
longsuffering
longsword
longswords
longtail
longtail boat
longtail boats
longtail weasel
longtailed
longtails
longterm
longtime
longtime(a)

Literary usage of Longstanding

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1. Medicare Provider Service Networks: Congressional Hearing edited by Michael Bilirakis (1999)
"For example, letters of credit and guarantees are longstanding practices in the ... The use of actuarial certifications is also a longstanding practice ..."

2. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1902)
"A woman, aged 38 years, of nervous habit, with a history of longstanding abdominal trouble. During the previous 2 years she had passed considerable ..."

3. Report of the Congressional Committees Investigating the Iran/Contra Affair by Lee H. Hamilton, Daniel K. Inouye (1995)
"Eventually, Cooper decided that if Green represented anyone, it was Albert Hakim, because Green referred to a longstanding business relationship with Hakim. ..."

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