Similar words: as long as, so long as, engage, engaged, engage in, engaged in, engagement, long. Meaning: adv. of the distant or comparatively distant past long-ago. adj. belonging to time long gone.
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1. He committed suicide not long ago.
2. I wanted to part from you long ago.
3. Food rationing was abolished in that country long ago.
4. Time and weather had long ago effaced the inscription on the monument.
5. The idea was first mooted as long ago as the 1840s.
6. Long[Sentencedict.com], long ago there lived a king.
7. The house was pulled down long ago.
8. How long ago did you buy it?
9. This river dried up long ago.
10. I learned long ago to avoid these invitations.
11. Our office was soundproofed not long ago.
12. He should have left her long ago.
13. What really happened on that day so long ago?
14. That old mine was worked out long ago.
15. It was on TV not long ago.
16. The roof had collapsed long ago.
17. Not so long ago, transsexuals were regarded as freaks.
18. We washed our hands of politics long ago.
19. We had our bicentenary celebrations not that long ago.
20. It's not long ago that they arrived in Britain.
21. How long ago did your parents emigrate?
22. They arrived in Britain not long ago/recently.
23. Harry's daughter is dead. She died long ago.
24. He would have sold the property long ago had it not been entailed.
25. Once long ago he had considered becoming a state trooper.
26. It all happened so long ago now, what does it matter?
27. 'Have you ever been to Rome?' 'Yes, I have, actually. Not long ago.'
28. I believed that in civilized countries, torture had ended long ago.
29. I like reading historical stories because I can learn about the lives that people led long ago.
30. The newly built railway line was brought into use not long ago.
More similar words: as long as, so long as, engage, engaged, engage in, engaged in, engagement, long, long., along, long for, belong, for long, longer, generation gap, get along, all along, prolong, lifelong, long since, long-term, come along, belong to, any longer, no longer, longtime, alongside, belonging, before long, longitude.