I not only got to work with them but conversed with both of them at length.
The 2008 contender moderated a debate where candidates actually got a chance to speak at length—and the results were revealing.
The length of this outage is not yet determined, but we hope it will be at most until tomorrow morning.
Old English lengðu "length," from Proto-Germanic *langitho, noun of quality from *langgaz (root of Old English lang; see long) + *-itho, abstract noun suffix (see -th (2)).
Cognate with Old Norse lengd, Old Frisian lengethe, Dutch lengte. Figurative sense of "the distance one goes, extremity to which something is carried" is from 1690s. Phrase at length "to full extent" is attested from c.1500.
length (lěngkth, lěngth)
The linear distance between two points.
Female sexual gratification (1968+)