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n. [Anglo-Saxon] The extent of a body from end to end, or the longest linear measure parallel to its sides; extension; longitude, as opposed to latitude;â€” a certain portion or extent of space;â€” intervening distances, as in racing;â€” measures of fabric for ladiesâ€™ dresses;â€” space of time; duration; especially continuance or long duration; extent; reach.
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