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In full, extensively. For example, The preacher went on at length about sin, or I have read at length about these cameras. [c. 1500]
After a long time, finally, as in At length the procession ended. [Early 1500s] Also see in the long run.
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Words nearby at length
at last, atlatl, at law, at least, at leisure, at length, Atli, at liberty, at loggerheads, at long last, at loose ends
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