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Definition of "long-familiar" [long-familiar]

  • Frequently seen or experienced. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "long-familiar" in a sentence
  • "But when the Church of England rejects a compromise that would have left women as second class bishops, as Synod did on Wednesday, and a Conservative prime minister talks of quotas for women in boardrooms, as David Cameron did yesterday, then something important is happening to a long-familiar argument; something much more fundamental than trying to appeal to women voters."
  • "In response Foxconn's owner, Terry Gou, has gone on the sort of PR offensive long-familiar to American companies in a bad spot."
  • "•Data from Christian trends researcher Barna Research in Oxnard, Calif., finds the long-familiar bump in Christmas church attendance is mostly somewhat-regular attendees coming in from the cold more often."
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