Použití pojmu long ve větách.
Howling like a banshee, he ran towards the leg, longing to embrace the monster. Popolac turned away into the hills, its legs taking strides half a mile long. His was a secret life, and it was merely pride that longed for recognition. His feet, no longer obeying his mind, but his instinct to worship, moved. Gone away the voice became melodramatically thin, a whisper of longing. His legs were abnormally thick and stumpy, and his arms were not long. He screamed no longer, but his eyes were wild with terror and pain. Sometimes I wonder, you know, how long I can keep up the illusion. They would sleep until morning and then begin the long trek back. She is longing to meet him, but struggles against this feeling. He would walk out that very night and be Crusoe no longer. The lights had long since been pulled from their sockets. Ah, the loneliness of the long distance director. Jack wondered how long he could keep this up for. It takes a long time for a big group to check in. The rehearsal was over and the actors long gone. Before long the clearing was full of activity. Teleborian looked at him for a long moment. It was going to be a long and arduous day. Zalachenko looked at her for a long time. Now hast thou what thou hast longed for. Kaufman could resist looking no longer. She was bright and beautiful no longer. The Yattering could bear it no longer. Too late for regrets by a long chalk. He stood at the window a long time. He looked at her for a long moment. He came out on a long straightaway. As long as he produced the ghosts. The vestibule was no longer dark.