Length [noun]

Definition of Length:

extent of object, distance, time

Opposite/Antonyms of Length:

Sentence/Example of Length:

On Friday, the department confirmed that Clarkson was on unpaid leave and that none of his three predecessors had been off for the length of time he had been.

Multicultural viewers identify with sports and especially musicConsumers gravitate towards videos that are culturally relevant to them and this highly correlates with overall viewing lengths.

In contrast, skulls from dingoes in the unbaited region did not significantly change in length over the same time period.

The length of the average meeting is down by 20%, according to a new working paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research, which measured how digital communications have changed since workers went on lockdown this year.

Trust that the blogger you’re pitching to have done their research and selected a specific length of all submissions for a reason.

Seeing other ranking factors demonstrating strong influence over rankings – such as content length and quality, page speed, and web vitals, and high-quality UX.

So when she gave him a shape-sorting task, he intentionally put the shapes in a surprising order, then explained at length why his solution was more interesting than hers.

Searcher intent is also important when determining the length of your content.

Urologist Darius Paduch at Weill Cornell Medicine has stated that the penis can shrivel by about 50% in length and 20% to 30% in girth in cold temperatures.

This means that the lengths of most movements cluster around the average, but some movements go much, much farther.