Adjective(1) continuing forever or indefinitely(2) uninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing
(1) It became a costly and heavy burden for the Zionists and a perpetual source of fear for its soldiers and settlers.(2) The national debt is really perpetual debt, and perpetual debt has characteristics that make it different from normal debt.(3) There are now 11.4 million legal permanent residents in the United States living in perpetual fear that their status may be in jeopardy next.(4) He grows perpetual carnations, a laborious and painstaking business, putting a collar on each one to prevent it from splitting before a show.(5) First, the most obvious example is the Internet bubble where the majority of enterprises have no economic value whatsoever without perpetual financing.(6) It is the essential nature of work to be perpetual , repetitive, habitual.(7) Their intention is, to crush all opposition, to their personal, perpetual world rule.(8) Just as money can't buy love, neither can an Oscar guarantee perpetual box office success.(9) If I was in fact standing, the ground beneath me was blackened by the perpetual darkness of this now empty dream.(10) Suppose that the Argentine government issued perpetual bonds that paid an annual dividend equal to one ten-billionth of Argentine GDP, payable in pesos.(11) In the 1970s, the concept of perpetual government debt was still a relatively new idea in the United States.(12) A perpetual trophy depicting the Children of Lir is to be awarded to the winning student each year and will be displayed in their school for the next 12 months.(13) It had been huge, whirling, powerful, unrelenting, with a perpetual fury against anything and everything in the world.(14) But the writers knew that a perpetual darkness was not something that would always keep the viewers coming back.(15) There are no tests for a start and no perpetual worries over league table places.(16) Lenders being more fair and truthful in their practices helps consumers who need to make minimum payments avoid perpetual debt.
(1) perpetual motion :: evighedsmaskine
1. everlasting ::
2. constant ::
3. interminable ::
4. incessant ::
5. eternal ::
1. discontinuous ::
Different Formsperpetual, perpetually, perpetuals
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