yearlong

[ UK /jˈi‍əlɒŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈjɪɹˈɫɔŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. lasting through a year
    attending yearlong courses
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How To Use yearlong In A Sentence

  • Pottruck's yearlong journey through the stages of corporate grief has relevance and resonance for every person, no matter what his or her station.
  • attending yearlong courses
  • Even if the compromise doesn't break a yearlong deadlock over political control of Lebanon, it does seem to mark an important shift in U.S. U.S. Seems to Soften Syria Stance
  • Then in 2001, she was stricken with a yearlong illness and as a consequence lost her job.
  • The president -- whose earlier peace efforts accomplished little -- insisted that Middle East peace "will not come through statements and resolutions" at the world body and put the onus on the two sides to break a yearlong impasse and return to peace talks. Reuters: Top News
  • Rather, the Deluge resulted from Divine Judgment and was attended by miracles, though many natural processes were also at work during that yearlong event.
  • He will soon start a yearlong community sentence after his appeal for a presidential pardon fell on deaf ears. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hölzle, still wary, accepted the offer but kept his position at UCSB by taking a yearlong leave. In the Plex
  • The two companion monuments, one on each side of the Detroit River, will be dedicated in October as a crescendo to Detroit's yearlong, binational tricentennial celebration.
  • And last March, the Ministry of Trade ended a yearlong ban on importing used vehicles.
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