enduringly[ en-doo r-ing, -dyoo r- ]SEE DEFINITION OF enduringly
Synonyms for enduringly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENDURINGLY
Still, still it wears the fetters love so enduringly fastened.
It is their thoughts and the verse in which their thoughts are embodied that are enduringly memorable.
All these little incidents of my first few days at the farm are enduringly fixed in my memory.
A man with such a mouth can think and act, but not feel either passionately or enduringly.
Elizabeth, with a skin-deep religion only, was evenly and enduringly virtuous.
But he added something of his own, something infinitely precious and enduringly attractive.
It was her misfortune not to realise that, for all her Olympian poses, she had come to love Alwynne deeply and enduringly.
Anyhow, the house reached out for Miss Emmeline as with hands and laid its spell upon her enduringly.
And he was something like the pariah-dog; spoken kindly to, it attached itself immediately and enduringly.
As might be supposed, they are among the very best and most enduringly popular books ever written for young people.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ENDURINGLY
- everything considered
- for always
- for good
- for keeps
- for life
- in perpetuity
- in perpetuum
- now and forever
- on and on
- till Doomsday
- till blue in the face
- till death do us part
- till the cows come home
- till the end of time
- world without end