What is another word for long?

Need synonyms for long? Here's a list of similar words from our thesaurus that you can use instead.

Adjective
Of a sizeable measurement from one point to another
“He ran an unbelievably long distance, though for him personally, it was a mere casual jog.”
Adjective
(of physical attributes) Of a sizeable measurement from one point to another
“His long arms are going to be a nightmare for defenders, and it is going to make him a scoring machine.”
Adjective
(after a measurement and in questions) Describing a length that has been explicitly specified
“It measures an impressive 16-feet long, but its size does not always provide an advantage.”
Adjective
Of having a great duration or lasting a long period of time
more ❯
“It was a long and drawn out case, but eventually, the final verdict was the right one.”
Adjective
Having a good ability to remember
“She had a long memory of her grandmother, and all the good times she had spent with her during her childhood.”
Adjective
Looking towards the long term or future
“The diet may be difficult initially, but you should have a long view of its benefits for your health.”
Adjective
Without breaks, gaps or interruptions
more ❯
Adjective
Large in magnitude or number
more ❯
Adjective
Dull and unimaginative
more ❯
Adjective
Impressive or grand in size, appearance, or manner
more ❯
Adjective
Reaching the ankles
Adjective
Having multiple or many syllables
Adjective
Reedy or elongated
Adjective
Large in amount or scale
more ❯
Adjective
Situated at a great distance in space or time
more ❯
Adjective
Straight and flat
more ❯
Adjective
Large in bulk or circumference
more ❯
Adjective
Longer than wide or wider than long
Adjective
Composed of, or resembling, string or strings
Adjective
Not going in a direct course or line
more ❯
Adjective
With all parts included
more ❯
Adjective
Showy in speech
more ❯
Adjective
(of a person) Having a greater than average height with a rangy build
more ❯
Verb
To have a strong want or desire
more ❯
“She told him she would long for his safe return, and they hugged like it would be the last time they would see each other.”
Verb
To expect or want something to happen
Verb
To deplete, or be depleted, in physical strength or energy
more ❯
Verb
To indulge in fantasies about something desired
more ❯
Noun
(typically used in the phrase before long) An extended period of time
“They're characteristically late, but they will be here before long.”
Noun
A loud cry of pain, fear, anger, or amusement
Find more words!
Use * for blank tiles (max 2) Advanced Search Advanced Search
Use * for blank spaces Advanced Search
Advanced Word Finder
Advertisement
Advertisement

See Also

Nearby Words
4-letter Words Starting With
Advertisement
Find Synonyms
go
Sponsored Content
Advertisement
Word Tools Finders & Helpers Other Languages More Synonyms
Copyright WordHippo © 2020