extended (part of speech: verb)
long (part of speech: adjective)
- Left behind at a time when they were moving towards the centre of gravity in slightly- deflected lines, and therefore having but very small angular velocities, they will approach the central mass in greatly elongated curves; and rushing round it, will go off again into space. - "Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I", Herbert Spencer.
- My own face appeared next, almost godlike in its kindliness and its imagined beauty, and I noticed now that she was thinking of me with my yellow hair grown long, my nostrils elongated like her own- adjusted to her own ideas of what a man should be. - "Astounding Stories of Super-Science, March 1930", Various.
- It was an elongated oval of verdant green, fifteen miles long by four wide, looking like an emerald set in the rocky granite of the surrounding peaks that thrust upward toward the sky. - "Despoilers of the Golden Empire", Gordon Randall Garrett.