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  • Info "Longer" is a song written and recorded by the American singer-songwriter Dan Fogelberg. more...
  • He spent nine months on the islands, much longer than he had intended.
  • Though the service is no longer offered, these laws remain in force.
  • It also has a longer growing season than most other areas in the UK.
  • The next year he published a much longer paper in German on the same subject.
  • This will sometimes make combat last longer than in other games.
  • It is no longer being developed as a separate standard.
  • Candidates outside that district no longer need to represent them to win elections.
  • In fact, many county towns are no longer part of "their" administrative county.
  • I was a director who wanted to make a film he no longer remembers.
  • Because it is the first pass, the editor's cut might be longer than the final film.
  • Longer messages were divided into several parts, each using a different message key.
  • Usually the dogs are his own, who no longer recognize their master.
  • For a longer list, see the List of contemporary classical double bass players.
  • Another is that most indigenous communities can no longer provide for their own needs through agriculture.
  • What was acceptable in the past may no longer be the case.
  • This completed a process to where "folk music" no longer meant only traditional folk music.
  • Pups may leave their families in August, though can remain for much longer.
  • Eventually the high temperature phases would no longer occur within a particular cell.
  • These groups are sometimes referred to as ex-gay organizations, though many no longer use the term.
  • To ready his music for live performance, he joined smaller pieces of music together into longer suites.
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Synonyms of longer

Meaning of longer

  • noun A person with a strong desire for something
    a longer for money, a thirster after blood, a yearner for knowledge
  • adverb For more time
    can I stay bit longer?