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weeklong

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishweeklongweek‧long /ˈwiːklɒŋ $ -lɒːŋ/ adjective [only before noun]  PERIOD OF TIMEcontinuing for a week a weeklong training course
Examples from the Corpus
weeklongOn July 13, the weeklong executions began.The program coincides with Surf the Rockies, a weeklong festival April 7-14.a weeklong music festivalAt least 300 people were killed during the weeklong riots.
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