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Along A*long" [AS. gelang owing to.] (Now heard only in the prep. phrase along of.) Along of, Along on, often shortened to Long of, prep. phr., owing to; on account of. [Obs. or Low. Eng.] ``On me is not along thin evil fare.' --Chaucer. ``And all this is long of you.' --Shak. ``This increase of price is all along of the foreigners.' --London Punch., Along A*long", prep. By the length of, as distinguished from across. ``Along the lowly lands.' --Dryden. The kine . . . went along the highway. --1 Sam. vi. 12.