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adverb as in patiently

adverb as in permanently

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The idea that reaching set milestones means you’ve won at life is so faulty, and sooo enduring.

Moving objects instantaneously has been an enduring fantasy for over a century.

I mean, voter suppression is real and enduring, and the way corporate lobbyists are involved in our government makes the government feel like it’s not actually a government of the people.

From Ozy

Somehow, the KFC buffet is the most enduring of the fast-food buffets still in existence.

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After enduring months of administrative controversy back home, the team crashed out of the 2019 World Cup in the group stages for only the second time in their history.

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And, of course, there is Harry herself: forever fascinating, beautiful, charismatic, and enduringly cool.

No other decade in our history was more alive or enduringly creative.

It is both darker than its unpleasant reputation and, simultaneously, more enduringly majestic than a schlocky brochure.

Perhaps most enduringly, in the great push to open the canon—that equally outdated thing!

For all the real-world importance of his work on crime, the most enduringly fascinating of his books may be his Bureaucracy.

A man with such a mouth can think and act, but not feel either passionately or enduringly.

But we have entered upon a third era, the period of constructive work, of careful patient planning, of building enduringly.

As might be supposed, they are among the very best and most enduringly popular books ever written for young people.

Whatever building is nobly and enduringly useful, thoroughly adapted to its uses, cannot be uncomely.

He built enduringly, in concrete and masonry, and made one of the most remarkable water-farms in the world.


On this page you'll find 108 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to enduringly, such as: certainly, completely, decisively, definitely, permanently, and lastly.

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