enduring

[ en-doo r-ing, -dyoo r- ]SEE DEFINITION OF enduring

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But enduring philosophy comes only with time; and he was young.

After enduring it for twenty-four hours he was led out to execution.

The Italian soldier is not impressive as to stature, but he is tough and enduring.

Only enduring unrest till the darkness possess it, the last day.

It won her the enduring love of the children whom she taught as a governess.

The world was too full of marvels for any enduring sense but wonder.

"As enduring as a Spartan," more generously put in the Vicomte, her brother.

I can quote no instance in which men of this stamp have achieved an enduring success.

They are both fast and enduring, with plenty of spirit, and yet are perfectly tractable.

Politically, the cause of the struggle is of enduring consequence to mankind.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., action of the verb endure; as a present participle adjective meaning "lasting," from 1530s.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ENDURING

abiding

adjectivecontinuing or existing for an indefinite time

all-time

adjectiveunsurpassed and permanent
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