prolongedly

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

prolonged +‎ -ly

AdverbEdit

prolongedly (comparative more prolongedly, superlative most prolongedly)

  1. In a prolonged manner; at length.
    • 2013, Greenberg, Gary; Tobach, Ethel, Comparative Psychology of Invertebrates[1]:
      "In experiments where one or more stimuli are presented repeatedly or prolongedly, perhaps leading to habituation of an existing nonassociative response, the subsequent passage of time and/or exposure to another form of stimulation may [] "

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