A little closer to a long-sought dream

TheRealMcCoy

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Portuguese-Portugal
Hi there! "Now, thanks to all of you, I feel like I am a little closer to a long-sought dream."
Or should I have written instead, "a long-sought-after dream"? Thanks.
 
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  • entangledbank

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    English - South-East England
    You can seek something, or seek after it. Normally 'sought-after' is the adjectival form, but as JustKate says, 'long-sought' sounds better than the more messy alternative.
     
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