permanency

[ pur-muh-nuh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF permanency
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There was no family, and there could be no permanency of civilization.

He was now aware that he had based all upon a permanency of income that he had conceived to be fixed.

Perhaps the most notable feature of this period was a preoccupation with permanency.

A piece of ground that belonged to them, on which they could plant their feet, permanency.

There is often, therefore, a lack of permanency in these positions.

As this is to be for a permanency, the glueing must be of the best.

Anything that savored of permanency smelled to him of vassalage.

He had no faith in the permanency of the government as then organized.

Woman-preaching may do for a little time, but it won't do for a permanency.

He'll be alive again in a week; burning's the only permanency for him.

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