Definition of long-lived in English:

long-lived

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adjective

Living or lasting a long time: we’re a long-lived family the tradition proved remarkably long-lived
More example sentences
  • Yesterday Aunt M. turned 92, continuing the tradition of long-lived women in my family.
  • It turns out she's a month older than Mum - these Johnsons are a long-lived family.
  • Historically my family was long-lived, and I had fully expected to have at least another 20 years of active life ahead of me.
Synonyms
lasting, enduring, abiding; durable, hardy

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