Thesaurus / perennial

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This perennial grass has a great reputation in countries lying between the tropics as a nutritious fodder, easy of cultivation.

Origin of Cultivated PlantsAlphonse De Candolle

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

AncestorsGertrude Atherton

No summer so hot and dry, no winter so cold and wet, but it keeps its perennial green.

A Rambler's leaseBradford Torrey

I told him all I could, but did not in the least seem to satisfy his perennial thirst for information.

When the World ShookH. Rider Haggard

The perennial yellow-flowered sorts sometimes bloom the first year from seed.

It is a transcript of a perennial experience, a guide for a road which all feet have to travel.

It is herbaceous and perennial, and proves hardy in this climate if planted on a well-drained soil of a vegetable character.

Above them and across the whole faade runs a gallery of kings, twenty-eight in number—a perennial source of controversy.

The value of Dickens' works is perennial, and Browne's illustrations represent the art fashion of a time only.

It was this that the flight of geese gave me—a throb from the ancient and perennial romance of the soul.

Child and CountryWill Levington Comfort

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