longlasting

Longlasting vs Enduring - What's the difference?

longlasting | enduring |


As adjectives the difference between longlasting and enduring

is that longlasting is lasting a long time while enduring is long-lasting.

As a verb enduring is

.

As a noun enduring is

endurance.

Longlasting vs Abiding - What's the difference?

longlasting | abiding |


As adjectives the difference between longlasting and abiding

is that longlasting is lasting a long time while abiding is continuing]] or [[persist|persisting in the same state; lasting; enduring .

As a noun abiding is

the action of one abides; the state of an abider .

As a verb abiding is

.

Ephemeral vs Longlasting - What's the difference?

ephemeral | longlasting |


As adjectives the difference between ephemeral and longlasting

is that ephemeral is lasting for a short period of time while longlasting is lasting a long time.

As a noun ephemeral

is something which lasts for a short period of time.

Longlasting - What does it mean?

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Perdure vs Longlasting - What's the difference?

perdure | longlasting |


As a verb perdure

is to endure; especially for a great length of time.

As an adjective longlasting is

lasting a long time.

Lifelong vs Longlasting - What's the difference?

lifelong | longlasting |


As adjectives the difference between lifelong and longlasting

is that lifelong is extending for the entire duration of life while longlasting is lasting a long time.

Longlasting vs Longer - What's the difference?

longlasting | longer |


As adjectives the difference between longlasting and longer

is that longlasting is lasting a long time while longer is (long).

As an adverb longer is

(long).

As a noun longer is

one who longs or yearns for something.

Lengthen vs Longlasting - What's the difference?

lengthen | longlasting |


As a verb lengthen

is to make longer, to extend the length of.

As an adjective longlasting is

lasting a long time.

Durable vs Longlasting - What's the difference?

durable | longlasting |


As adjectives the difference between durable and longlasting

is that durable is able to resist wear, decay; lasting; enduring while longlasting is lasting a long time.

As a noun durable

is (economics) a durable good, one useful over more than one period, especially a year.

Longterm vs Longlasting - What's the difference?

longterm | longlasting |


As adjectives the difference between longterm and longlasting

is that longterm is while longlasting is lasting a long time.

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