Long Time

  • (noun): A prolonged period of time.
    Synonyms: age, years

Famous quotes containing the words long time, time and/or long:

    Remember that you are an actor in a drama, of such a part as it may please the master to assign you, for a long time or for a little as he may choose. And if he will you to take the part of a poor man, or a cripple, or a ruler, or a private citizen, then may you act that part with grace! For to act well the part that is allotted to us, that indeed is ours to do, but to choose it is another’s.
    Epictetus (c. 55–135 B.C.)

    The next time the novelist rings the bell I will not stir though the meeting-house burn down.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    I will hold the Christ-light for you
    in the shadow of your fear;
    I will hold my hand out to you,
    speak the peace you long to hear.
    Richard Gillard (20th century)