Prolong

Antonyms of PROLONG

Examples of usage:

  1. And when you held me, and your dear head lay upon my heart, I knew, for the first time the meaning of the word ecstasy; and I could have asked no kinder gift of heaven, than to prolong those moments into hours." "The Rosary" by Florence L. Barclay
  2. Do you mean to prolong your stay at Florence, my Lord? "The Fortunes Of Glencore" by Charles James Lever
  3. When the nine o'clock bell rang the visitors promptly rose to go, nor were they detained by any overwhelming entreaties to prolong their stay. "Dorothy Dale" by Margaret Penrose
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