The Collaborative International Dictionary
Longsome \Long"some\a. [AS. langsum.]
Extended in length; tiresome. [Obs.]
--Prior. -- Long"some*ness, n. [Obs.]
a. 1 (context archaic UK dialectal English) long; lengthy; long-lasting; protracted. 2 (context UK dialectal English) tedious; tiresomely long.
Usage examples of "longsome".
When she came to the scaffold, and was carried up upon it, she looked up to ``the Maiden'' with two longsome looks, for she had never seen it before.