everlasting

[ ev-er-las-ting, -lah-sting ]SEE DEFINITION OF everlasting

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EVERLASTING

As the son of God I am from everlasting to everlasting, a splendid being with the universe as my home.

He is from everlasting to everlasting—such as creation's dawn beheld he fooleth now.

The material can cope with the eternal only in virtue of everlasting evanescence.

The everlasting quotation-lover doats on the husks of learning.

For the first time she was vaguely perceiving that life is everlasting movement.

But, in my foolishness, I forgot to ask for everlasting youth.

All the works of God are everlasting; the only perishable are some of the works of man.

A beastly country this, with its everlasting hills and woods!

And so their life had hitherto been a game of love, an everlasting billing and cooing.

Yet why did he not address himself to the soil, man's everlasting provider and nurse?

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