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hourlong

or hour-long

[ ouuhr-lawng, -long, ou-er- ]

adjective

  1. lasting an hour:

    an hourlong interview.



hourlong

/ ˈaʊəˌlɒŋ /

adjective

  1. lasting an hour


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Word History and Origins

Origin of hourlong1

First recorded in 1795–1805; hour + long 1

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Example Sentences

On an hourlong podcast posted in May 2020, two Boogaloo Bois discussed, in detail, how to do battle with the government.

She sat for a revealing hourlong interview with OZY CEO and co-founder Carlos Watson for a recent episode of The Carlos Watson Show.

From Ozy

Here are some of the best bites from their hourlong conversation, which can be found on The Carlos Watson Show podcast feed.

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Here are some of the best bites from their hourlong conversation, which can be found on the show’s podcast feed.

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We know that what we need to position ourselves in 2021 as well is these hourlong in-depth specials that we created throughout 2020.

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He says his new hourlong morning show, News One Now, will give people the variety they deserve when it comes to current affairs.

Shizuka New York Skin Care Salon has been offering the hourlong $180 Geisha bird-poop facial for about five years.

Shortly after the hourlong speech ended, we asked our Facebook fans for one-word reactions, and 1,174 of you weighed in.

Although America may not like doctors very much, it sure loves hourlong TV doctor shows.

Two dozen hourlong tales of mystery, suspense, comedy, and intrigue delivered over the course of a year.

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