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durable goods

noun as in products that are made to last a long time

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Example Sentences

In response to rising demand for durable goods like autos, companies have been ratcheting up production.

Orders for durable goods bounced back in November, rising 0.7 percent from October.

Second, there were big increases in durable goods: products that bode well for consumer confidence.

Manufacturing of durable goods like metals and car parts added 197,000 jobs since last summer.

In that case; why don't we copy divine methods in the production of durable goods on earth?

When replacement or repair of these more durable goods becomes necessary, there often is no fund available for the purpose.

Illustrations of this principle may be drawn from every class of durable goods.

Man studies and compares the durable goods that give him command over enjoyable goods, and attaches value to them.

The durable goods are those utilities which for the time remain, not yet ripened or ready to be converted into psychic income.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to durable goods, such as: consumer durables, consumer goods, durables, and hard goods.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.