Definition of Lengthened

1. Adjective. Drawn out or made longer spatially. "A prolonged black line across the page"

Exact synonyms: Elongated, Extended, Prolonged
Similar to: Long



Definition of Lengthened

1. Verb. (past of lengthen) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Lengthened

1. lengthen [v] - See also: lengthen

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lengthened

lenged
lengenbachite
lenger
lengest
lenging
lengs
length
length-breadth index
length-height index
length of service
length of stay
length overall
length scale
lengthed
lengthen
lengthened (current term)
lengthener
lengtheners
lengthening
lengthening reaction
lengthenings
lengthens
lengthful
lengthier
lengthiest
lengthily
lengthiness
lengthinesses
lengthless
lengthly

Literary usage of Lengthened

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1. The Learning Process by Stephen Sheldon Colvin (1911)
"There are two reasons generally why lengthened reactions occur. ... In the list lengthened of words cited above, the word " money " might reactions- ..."

2. A Greek Grammar, for Schools and Colleges by James Hadley (1873)
"After e, i, p, the lengthened form of a is a, not 17: thus the verbs ... The close vowels (б, и) are sometimes lengthened by a prefixed «, giving et, ev, ..."

3. Gesenius Hebrew grammar by Wilhelm Gesenius, Emil Roediger (1851)
"18, I had died, and no eye had seen me ; iii. 10 ; vi. 14. In this case, also, the shortened form often occurs (\ 126, 2). SECT. 126. USE OF THE lengthened ..."

4. The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New TestamentsEnglish language (1815)
"... lie would grant you, according to being alienated from the life of God through rv, to be (lengthened the ignorance that is In them, ..."

5. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1862)
"... to discharge the rent due for his chambers in Gray's Inn, was compelled to reside for a lengthened period in the quiet obscurity of the Fleet prison. ..."

6. The Popular Science Monthly (1884)
"The evils attending shoes too short will be more readily perceived when it is understood that the foot is lengthened in walking, and more in running and ..."

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