One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a lengthy civil war’
long, very long, of considerable length, long-lasting, prolonged, extended, extensive
2‘the board held lengthy discussions on the report’
protracted, very long, overlong, long-drawn-out
diffuse, discursive, verbose, wordy, garrulous, prolix, long-winded, ponderous, digressive, rambling, dragged out
tedious, boring, interminable, wearisome
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