(-), a. [Compar. Lengthier (-*r); superl. Lengthiest.] Having length; rather long or too long; prolix; not brief; -- said chiefly of discourses, writings, and the like. "Lengthy periods." Washington. "Some lengthy additions." Byron. "These would be details too lengthy." Jefferson. "To cut short lengthy explanations." Trench.
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(l"n*n*s ln"yn*s), } n. The quality or state of being lenient; lenity; clemency.
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