Eusebius began a long-lived tradition of equating dissent and disagreement with persecution.
Aside from the views they championed, they had another thing in common: strong and long-lived mothers.
I have no idea whether bats are long-lived animals; or whether they would, for any time, flourish in solitude.
It is this moderation that keeps Englishmen so hearty, jolly, and long-lived.
It is the general opinion that these natives are not a long-lived race.
I had been told and had always thought that we were a long-lived race.
Men who come from long-lived families are likely to live long—indeed far beyond the ordinary term of human life.
Man Alexander tried many years ago to make us long-lived like you.
Like most of those who live to a great age, he was the child of long-lived parents.
It is certain that none of her relatives are long-lived, after she comes to reside with them.