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Pro longed

Pronunciation of Pro Longed
/pɹˈə͡ʊ lˈɒŋd/, /pɹˈə‍ʊ lˈɒŋd/, /p_ɹ_ˈəʊ l_ˈɒ_ŋ_d/

Synonyms for pro longed

chronic (adjective)

abiding, ceaseless, confirmed, constant, continual, continuing, continuous, deep-rooted, deep-seated, enduring, ever-present, fixed, habitual, inborn, inbred, incurable, ineradicable, ingrained, inveterate, lasting, lifelong, lingering, long-lived, obstinate, perennial, persistent, persisting, prolonged, recurrent, rooted, routine, settled, stubborn, tenacious, unmitigated, unyielding, usual, Recurring, long-standing, unabating.

continuous (adjective)

connected, consecutive, endless, everlasting, interminable, looped, perpetual, regular, repeated, stable, steady, timeless, unbroken, unceasing, undivided, unfaltering, uninterrupted, no end of, no end to, day and night, for ever and ever, on a treadmill.

deferred (adjective)

charged, funded, held up, indebted, postponed, scrubbed, Adjourned, Assessed, Negotiated, Remanded, Temporized, Stalled, pigeonholed, renegotiated, retarded, on hold, staved off, on the shelf, in waiting.

dragging (adjective)

boring, humdrum, long, wearisome, Overlong, going slowly.

elongated (adjective)

expanded, increased, outstretched, stretched, drawn out, made longer, strung out, dragged out.

extended (adjective)

elongate, elongated, enlarged, spread, stretched out, unfolded, unfurled, spread out, very long.

great (adjective)

abundant, ample, big, big league, bulky, bull, colossal, considerable, decided, enormous, excessive, extensive, extravagant, extreme, fat, gigantic, grievous, high, huge, humongous, husky, immense, inordinate, jumbo, major league, mammoth, numerous, oversize, prodigious, pronounced, strong, stupendous, terrible, titanic, towering, tremendous, vast, voluminous, mondo.

prolonged (adjective)

continued, delayed, drawn-out, dull, extended, lengthened, lengthy, prolix, protracted, sustained, tedious.

prolong (verb)

carry on, continue, delay, drag one's feet, drag out, hold, hold up, increase, lengthen, pad, perpetuate, protract, spin out, stall, stretch, stretch out, let it ride, make longer.

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