Synonym: length of service, seniority. Similar words: longer, levity, brevity, any longer, no longer, inevitability, long., long. Meaning: [lɑn'dʒevətɪ /lɒn-] n. 1. duration of service 2. the property of being long-lived.
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1. Human longevity runs in families.
2. The worms have a longevity of about two years.
3. I wish you longevity and health.
4. I want to wish you longevity and health!
5. Rich blessings for health and longevity is my special wish for you in the coming year.
6. He prides himself on the longevity of the company.
7. To what do you attribute your longevity?
8. The ancient Chinese claimed that garlic promoted longevity.
9. We wish you both health and longevity.
10. Good habits promote longevity.
11. Longevity could have something to do with that.
12. We have to strive for more longevity.
13. The inhabitants enjoy good health and longevity.
14. The die was cast for great species longevity.
15. Not good for seal longevity or dry arms.
16. Doubts about Mr Hague's longevity are not new, but are increasingly damaging in the run-up to an election.
17. In fact, a Longevity magazine survey finds some things actually get better with age.
18. The more successful we are at extending longevity, the more it will cost us.
19. There is an 11-year difference in longevity between babies born in the richest and the poorest postcodes in Britain.
20. The longevity of a president's laws, regulations and executive orders depends in part on the legal challenges to them.http://Sentencedict.com
21. But because of their longevity they are expected to go on damaging the ozone layer for decades.
22. The main characteristic of the strike has been its longevity.
23. Does the combination of a presidential regime with a proportional electoral system signal the worst prospects for democratic longevity?
24. In the morning young people sprinkle their elders with water to bring well-being and continued longevity.
25. But they also came to represent admired qualities: strength, longevity and triumph over adversity.
26. A textile mill developed natural fibres for special bedding to promote Kim's longevity.
27. Not out of stubbornness or avarice or an egotistical desire to chase longevity records.
28. The fact that people who stop smoking also tend to gain weight muddles the conclusions on weight and longevity even more.
29. As in the case of genes, fecundity is much more important than longevity of particular copies.
30. As the crowd grew more restless, the speaker before Alan showed a film about rats whose longevity had been extended.
More similar words: longer, levity, brevity, any longer, no longer, inevitability, long., long, inevitable, levitation, inevitably, along, oblong, so long, long for, belong, for long, get along, all along, prolong, long ago, long since, come along, long-term, as long as, so long as, belong to, longtime, lifelong, longitude.