more durable

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Corners made of vellum or parchment are more durable than any leather.

Are they more durable, less adulterated with tow and cotton, better dyed?

This is best; more durable, and a better choice of colour is given you.

The wood is reputed to be more durable than any of the other elms.

It is a superior and more durable article than that in general wear.

The fresher the air in mines, the more durable is the timbering.

When the writing was wanted to be more durable, lead or brass was employed.

A close twill weave is often more durable than a basket weave.

Basket vessels were far stronger and more durable than gourds.

This contraction is slower, and more durable and important in its results.