as long as (one's) arm

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as long as (one's) arm

Very long. Typically used in the phrase "a list as long as (one's) arm." I'm too busy to make it to dinner tonight—I have a list as long as my arm to finish.
See also: arm, long

long as your arm

INFORMAL
If something such as a list is as long as your arm, it is very long. The phone's been buzzing non-stop. I've a list of messages as long as my arm.
See also: arm, long

as long as your arm

very long. informal
See also: arm, long

as long as your ˈarm

(informal) (of a list) used to describe a list with many things to do, buy, etc. on it: I’ve got a list as long as your arm of things I need to buy for the party.
See also: arm, long