Thesaurus / enduring
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Now, if we consider that water raised to 212° is boiling, we shall be as much astonished at their powers of enduring heat as cold.
And yet was not his instrument the most potent of all, his vehicle the most enduring?
ORPHEUS IN MAYFAIR AND OTHER STORIES AND SKETCHESMAURICE BARING
Poetry was static in its nature, and its business was the interpretation of enduring beauty and eternal veracity.
IMAGINARY INTERVIEWSW. D. HOWELLS
Revenge is the most enduring, perhaps, of all the passions, and rather feeds upon itself than decays.
We may be thankful that Walpole is as incapable of boring as of enduring bores.
HOURS IN A LIBRARY, VOLUME I. (OF III.)LESLIE STEPHEN
They were also tough and enduring, and could travel long distances.
CUSTOMS AND FASHIONS IN OLD NEW ENGLANDALICE MORSE EARLE
As in the keeping of his commandments there is a great reward, so the blessedness of high privilege is enduring.
THE ORDINANCE OF COVENANTINGJOHN CUNNINGHAM
By enduring our punishment, he provided for our purification.
SERMONS OF CHRISTMAS EVANSJOSEPH CROSS
With this faith human life is nobler, and human effort more persistent and enduring than it would be without it.
THE ASCENT OF THE SOULAMORY H. BRADFORD
It remained for slight, almost fragile, Maude Adams to vivify and give the character an enduring interpretation.
CHARLES FROHMAN: MANAGER AND MANISAAC FREDERICK MARCOSSON AND DANIEL FROHMAN
WORDS RELATED TO ENDURING
- no end of
- no end to
- without limit
- without number
- behind one
- on the level
- string along with
- tried and true
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