Word family (noun) length (adjective) lengthening lengthy (verb) lengthen (adverb) lengthwise lengthways.,
age (verb) -age (noun suffix) aged (adjective) ageing.
Very elevated; extending or being far above a base; tall; lofty.
lengthen. (transitive) To make longer, to extend the length of. (intransitive) To become longer.
admire is a verb, admirable is an adjective, admiration is a noun:I admire your courage. Your courage is admirable. I have great admiration for your courage.
In a lengthy way, in a manner that is long and drawn out, especially in time.
noun. /lɛŋkθ/ , /lɛŋθ/ size/measurement. [uncountable, countable] the size or measurement of something from one end to the other This room is twice the length of the kitchen.
adjective, long·er [lawng-ger, long-], long·est [lawng-gist, long-]. having considerable linear extent in space: a long distance; a long handle. having considerable duration in time: a long conversation; a long while. extending, lasting, or totaling a number of specified units: eight miles long; eight hours long.
adjective, length·i·er, length·i·est. having or being of great length; very long: a lengthy journey. tediously verbose; very long; too long: a lengthy speech.
The measurement of distance along the longest dimension of an object.