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2. long-lasting, durable, lasting, enduring.

longstanding, adj. long-established, established, fixed, ingrained, rooted, inveterate; venerable, hallowed, hoary, time-honored, immemorial; durable, lasting, enduring, abiding; long-lasting, of long duration.

long-suffering, adj. 1. longanimous, forbearing, suffering, patient, patient as Job; uncomplaining, stoical; lenient, indulgent, permissive, tolerant, condoning; magnanimous, forgiving, charitable, exorable, placable.
-n. 2. longanimity, forbearance, sufferance, patience; stoicism, fortitude, self-control; lenience, indulgence, permissiveness, tolerance, condonation; magnanimity, forgivingness, charitableness; lenity, mildness, gentleness, clemency, mercifulness, ruthful-ness, humaneness, humanity.

long-winded, adj. 1. verbose, prolix, garrulous, wordy, longiloquent, Inf windy; diffuse, discursive, digressive, maundering, rambling, wandering, roving, aimless; circumlocutory, roundabout, ambagious.
2. extended, protracted, prolonged, lengthened, drawn-out, long-drawn-out, spun-out, dragged-out, stretched-out; long, lengthy, overlong, too long, interminable, unending, never-ending, endless, everlasting, unrelenting; redundant, repetitious, repetitive, battological, pleonastic, tautological,
Inf. broken-record.

look, v. 1. see, visualize, behold, notice, take in; bend the eye, cock the eye, fix the eye, fix one's gaze, focus, rivet one's eyes; regard, study, inspect, take stock of; examine, contemplate, pore over, Rare, perlustrate; review, check out, overlook, monitor; peruse, read, scan, run the eyes over, scrutinize, Inf give the once-over; view, survey, scout, sweep, reconnoiter; watch, observe, witness.
2. glance, glimpse, take a look at, have a look-see, give a look; gaze, peer, ogle, leer, stare, goggle;
Obs. squinny, gape, gawk, Archaic, gloat; squint, blink, wink, Sl. take a gander; spy, peep, peek, steal a glance at; glare, glower, look down at, look daggers, scowl, stare down.
3. appear, seem, seem to be, look to be, have the look of; sound, strike one as, have every appearance of; have every indication of; look like, seem like, sound like, appear like, resemble, have the earmarks of.
4. face, overlook, look out on, look towards; front, front on, look over; give out on, open out on.
5. look after a.
pay attention to, heed, mark, mind, reck, watch one's step; concern oneself with, see to, take pains to.
b. take care of, care for, take charge of, mind, baby-sit, sit with; chaperon, keep tabs on, Brit, play gooseberry, keep under observation, spy on, keep an eye on; minister to, nurse, succor, attend to, tend to, serve.
6. look back
review, recall, bring to mind, recollect; reflect, muse, brood, ponder, ruminate, mull over; return in thought, reminisce, be retrospective; conjure up, summon up, call to mind, hark back to, dredge up.
7. look down on
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upon disdain, contemn, hold in contempt, misprize; despise, loathe, scorn, turn one's nose up at, disparage; look askance, look asquint, look down one's nose, turn one's back on, Inf. pooh-pooh.
8. look for a.
seek, search, pursue, hunt for, go for; look around for, cast around for, poke around for, forage,
b. anticipate, expect, look to, watch for, keep in view; reckon upon, count on, calculate on, pin hope on, prepare oneself for, be in readiness for.
9. look forward to
anticipate, await, wait for, be unable to wait for; envisage, envision, look ahead, foresee, see ahead.
10. look into
investigate, explore, poke into, dig into, delve into; examine, probe, fathom, plumb; inquire into, ask about, search into, go into, Archaic, indagate, research.

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