durable (part of speech: adjective)
Pots and pans, kettles and crockery placed upon it danced a clattering dance the livelong
night, and spilled their contents, disturbed the farmer's rest, and worrited the family.
- "Vanishing England", P. H. Ditchfield.
The sun, that had throbbed the livelong
day like a great heart of fire in a sea of brass, was sinking from sight in clouds of crimson, purple and gold, yet Paul's Walk was crowded.
- "The Midnight Queen", May Agnes Fleming.
Here he has been the livelong
- "The Dew of Their Youth", S. R. Crockett.