End"long` (?; 115), adv. & prep. [Cf. Along.]

Lengthwise; along.


The doors were all of adamants eterne, I-clenched overthwart and endelong With iron tough. Chaucer.

He pricketh endelong the large space. Chaucer.

To thrust the raft endlong across the moat. Sir W. Scott.


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