Third, was he sufficiently enamoured of it to occupy it on a long lease?
But our long lease on life is due principally to having to climb this hill.
If such a man has a long lease at a low rent, he may be overwhelmed in debt, and leave his land in very bad condition.
Their hotel, Rue St. Dominique, was hired on a long lease, and fitted up as a permanent abode.
I've been after that place for years, but it was held on a long lease by Max, the Square Tailor—you know.
The country people had long wished to be rid of him but he had a long lease of his house and he meant to stay there.
Should you wish to take a long lease, and enlarge it, I shall be happy.
He does not take the rooms of the Inn direct, but as we do, from one who has several sets on a long lease, and sublets the rooms.
My present intention is to take a large farm upon a long lease with the option of purchase.
But, in spite of right, nothing could be done; the antiquity-dealer held his premises on a long lease.