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Definition of "yearslong" []

  • Lasting several or many years. (adjective)

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Use "yearslong" in a sentence
  • "Latest on U Street shooting -- Jamal Coates 'death was latest in yearslong crew squabble (Post)"
  • "The government move appears to open a new page in what many Turks see as a running narrative—a yearslong battle for control of institutions including the military, judiciary and police."
  • "Associated Press Erdogan, shown here on Tuesday in parliament, praised the decision Mr. Erdogan's claims of a "new Turkey" were tarnished on Tuesday by a Council of Europe report that hammered the country's record on the rule of law, criticizing yearslong pretrial detentions and antiterrorism laws as open to abuse by prosecutors."