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They were blessed with two of the top 10 quarterbacks ever, back to back, and they’ve been a perennial contender.

Lou Williams, a perennial sixth man of the year candidate, has started slowly and has missed Montrezl Harrell, his longtime pick-and-roll partner.

Simmons said Scott has broken what had become a troubling pattern in education giving — of the rich getting ever richer — a perennial trend that reinforces racial inequities.

West won 60,160 votes in California as perennial candidate Roque de la Fuente’s candidate for vice president, but he didn’t ask to be put on that ballot and urged voters to write his name in for president instead.

Zoom was the most-downloaded iPhone and iPad app of the year, beating perennial favorites like Instagram and YouTube.

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Their cases illustrate the perennial challenge of balancing ends and means in the complex world of intelligence operations.

Iowa is a perennial swing state, and polls show the race in a virtual tie.

And the omission or derision of dads in the parent (aka “mommy”) blogosphere is a perennial pet peeve.

A perennial signature flavor is Flying Elvis: banana ice cream that contains peanut butter and chocolate chunks.

For the GOP, all this raises a perennial question from the movie New Jack City: “Who else you got?”

They foreclose without mercy, but that does not frighten their old patrons, who have the perennial optimism of the country.

As they went down into the valley of the Thyme, the babble of the stream rose into the air like a perennial laughter.

It was on the square of land where she had had her perennial bed for three years, and now she had decided to sow it down to grass.

Although the Nestor of composers, none equalled him in manly vigour and perennial youth.

In discussing literature, they spoke of the perennial stock-in-trade of the republic of letters—woman's sin.


On this page you'll find 70 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to perennial, such as: chronic, continual, continuing, eternal, long-standing, and never-ending.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.