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overlong

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Pronunciation: /əʊvəˈlɒŋ
 
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Definition of overlong in English:

adjective& adverb

Too long: [as adjective]: an overlong sermon [as adverb]: the pass was delayed overlong
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  • I think it's a great song - but I know people who find it overlong and dull.
  • It has been widely called overlong, empty, boring, and deadpan.
  • Maybe instead produce an interminable, twanging, overlong, repetitive, inaccessible and frankly irredeemable apology for a solo album.

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