everlastingness

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

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They produce in us a sense of everlastingness and irresistibility.

One set possesses the quality of everlastingness, the other is temporal.

Not that Eternal Life has nothing to do with everlastingness.

Once the view is taken it is immediately invested with everlastingness.

What makes them necessary, and who can prove their everlastingness?

I get positively angry with the impertinence of it and the everlastingness.

Their hearts are at peace, inasmuch as they behold thee, O thou who art Eternity and Everlastingness.

The quality of everlastingness belongs, as we have seen, to a single correspondence, or rather to a single set of correspondences.

She was especially delighted with the "white celestial thought," and the "bright shoots of everlastingness."

August felt the everlastingness of love; as many another man in a supreme crisis has felt it.

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