As long as a month of Sundays


As long as a month of Sundays
a very long time (28 - 31 weeks)

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • as long as a month of sundays — Australian Slang a very long time (28 31 weeks) …   English dialects glossary

  • month of Sundays — noun a time perceived as long I hadn t seen him in a month of Sundays • Usage Domain: ↑colloquialism • Hypernyms: ↑long time, ↑age, ↑years * * * phrasal Usage: usually capitalized S …   Useful english dictionary

  • month of Sundays — {n. phr.}, informal A very long time. Used for emphasis after for or in and usually with a negative verb. * /I have not had devil s food cake in a month of Sundays./ * /When he got her first letter, he felt that he had not heard from her for a… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • month of Sundays — {n. phr.}, informal A very long time. Used for emphasis after for or in and usually with a negative verb. * /I have not had devil s food cake in a month of Sundays./ * /When he got her first letter, he felt that he had not heard from her for a… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • month\ of\ Sundays — n. phr., informal a very long time. Used for emphasis after for or in and usually with a negative verb. I have not had devil s food cake in a month of Sundays. When he got her first letter, he felt that he had not heard from her for a month of… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • month of Sundays — noun A very long time; too long. It seems like it’s been a month of Sundays since we saw him last …   Wiktionary

  • month of Sundays —    This expression is an amusing way of referring to a very long period of time.     I haven t been to the theatre in a month of Sundays …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • Month of Sundays — very long time …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • month of sundays — Australian Slang very long time …   English dialects glossary

  • month of Sundays —  A long time …   A concise dictionary of English slang