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all-day

[awl-dey] /ˈɔlˌdeɪ/
adjective
1.
taking up, extending through, lasting for, or occurring continually during a day, especially the hours of daylight; daylong:
an all-day tour of the city; an all-day lollipop.
Compare all-night.
Origin
1865-1870
1865-70
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  • But success depends upon all-day shade and lots of water.
  • Resulting in straightening followed either by sit-all-day slouching or the rigidity of a tin soldier.
  • There are so many indoor pot farms running expensive all-day gro-lights in the county.
  • All questions to him, he says, he will gladly answer at an all-day press conference-after the revolution.

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