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Spell check of long

Correct spelling: long

forever, long-lived, alcoholic, large, livelong, hard, excite, portly, huge, bewail, brief, from, longish, magnificent, massive, keen-sighted, lust after, stringy, grasp, rebound, eagle-eyed, long-wooled, plentiful, oblong, dimensional, far, sizable, short, spread, itch, immense, aeon, etched, bouncy, baggy, crave, soon, ululate, ache, want, enormous, sooner or later, floor-length, unyielding, tardy, long-term, fancy, foreshortened, abundant, when the time comes, ample, look for, frequency, aspiration, far-reaching, interminable, lasting, catchy, longest, eternity, linear, amplitudinous, rangy, coarse, business hours, business day, lament, presbyopic, persistent, welcome, stretched, dull, come in, semipermanent, lofty, prolonged, core time, longitudinal, whine, agelong, blue moon, closed syllable, topspin, broad, hour after hour, month of Sundays, shortly, consonant, endwise, longsighted, expect, come down, age, stressed, bulky, farsighted, bilabial, sustained, aspirate, conscious, king-size, button-down, capacious, womb-to-tomb, backless, sigh, tall, mourn, gangling, languish, moan, decaffeinated, thirst, lanky, elongate, farseeing, perpetual, long-snouted, measurable, extendible, coherent, cry, lust, foresightful, drinkable, adore, clock-watching, foggy, incessant, delayed, go down, playable, go up, effervescent, away, apart, dilatory, whimper, long-distance, long-range, lank, backspin, underarm, profuse, nightlong, smother, lifetime, day after day, great, ages, bimestrial, all the way, enduring, pine, unending, expansive, irregular, A-line, polysyllabic, faint, snuffle, long-run, lengthened, long-staple, agonize, button-through, daylong, day in, day out, limitless, corpulent, attenuated, extensive, fall for, grand, never-ending, clock in, rate, wail, months, long-lasting, abbreviated, long-drawn-out, out, corked, dimly, epic, long-life, in length, wish, year, full-bodied, hunger, recollective, desire, everlasting, full-length, commemorative, hourlong, little, lifelong, covet, clock off, distant, tomorrow, enlarged, long-acting, lengthy, lingering, much, lengthwise, idolise, constant, drawn-out, later, retentive, spin, voluminous, towering, flat, clingy, perennial, provident, sesquipedal, need, meandering, time, clamor, dress-down day, further, running, yearn, dry, yearlong, longstanding, length, elusive, love, someday, FT, gigantic, yen, dote on, rich, dour, aspire, groan, decry, far-off, colossal, forever and a day, best, carbonated, dead, overnight, assonance, boot-cut, spacious, dragging, protracted, irregularity, alveolar, bemoan, long-wool, durable, good, overlong, unsound, small, prospicient, sesquipedalian, long-dated, endless, immediately, close vowel, reaching, vast, faraway, long-winded, wide, casual, care for, basis, weeklong, eternal, stretch, grieve, elongated, monthlong, black, sniffle, high, tenacious, longer, eon, extendable, affricate, foresighted, hours, long-handled, pertinacious, commodious, hope, boundless, dim, deep, prospective, big, chunky, remote, weep, hanker, considerable, dogged, flextime, blurred, extended.

impermanent, curtal, narrow, undersized, little, petty, minute, limited, momentaneous, curtailed, stubby, short, fugitive, sudden, brief, smallish, diminutive, bitty, fleeting, sawed-off, condensed, slight, inconsiderable, close, teeny, shortened, short-lived, short-dated, insignificant, mini, scarce, puny, clipped, small, short-run, truncate, short and sweet, abrupt, short-snouted, scanty, telescoped, curt, paltry, transitory, shortish, sound, abridged, snub, trifling, ephemeral, trivial, wee, improvident, slender, miniature, abbreviated, diminished, transient, tiny, mean, infinitesimal, truncated, short-term, short-range, sawn-off, momentary, microscopic.

Examples of usage:

1) " You are the first for a long, long time," she went on. - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

2) The long day came to an end at last. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

3) It won't take long to go there and back. - "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman", Pauline Lester.