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"Long" Idioms & Phrases with "Long"
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keyword: Long
All Day Long »
(during the length of the entire day...)

All Night Long »
(it happened during the entire evening; it did not stop happening during the night...)

At Long Last »
(after a long time without it...)

So Long »
(goodbye; goodbye...)

Take A Long Walk Off A Short Pier »
(rude way to tell someone to "go away"...)

All's Well That Ends Well »
(the name of a play written by Shakespeare; as long as the ending is good, what happened before is good too...)

Back In Circulation »
(one is seen again after being gone for a long time...)

Bending Your Ear »
(talk to you for a long time; forcing you to listen...)

Forever And A Day »
(a very long time...)

From Way Back »
(from a long time ago...)

Get A Lot Of Mileage Out Of Something »
(able to use it for a long time; a car or other thing which lasts a long time...)

Go On A Binge »
(do too much of something for a long time...)

Out Of Circulation »
(has not been seen in a long time; does not get around to different places...)

Since Time Immemorial »
(it has always been this way; it has been that way for a long, long time...)

Take A Load Off One's Feet »
(to sit down and rest after standing or walking for a long time...)

Until The Cows Come Home »
(for a very long time...)

When It Rains, It Pours »
(it hasn't happened for a long time, and then it happens all at once...)



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