hourlong

[ouuhr-lawng, -long, ou-er-]
adjective
lasting an hour: an hourlong interview.
Also, hour-long.


Origin:
1795–1805; hour + long1 (def 37)

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hourlong (ˈaʊəˌlɒŋ)
 
adj, —adv
lasting an hour

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Example sentences
Tucked under a blanket on the hourlong adventure, you're surrounded.
Some of them come from towns so small that the nearest middle school was an hourlong bus ride away.
The app features hourlong music mixes paired with mesmerizing visuals.
And when the consequences happened, she would have an hourlong temper tantrum.
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