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noun as in permanence

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Humanitarian parole creates yet another group of people who are forced to live in limbo, without any sense of permanency.

From TIme

Both Jashyah and her 3-year-old brother have been removed from Moore’s custody and placed with New Jersey’s Division of Child Protection and Permanency.

Of his members, Kuhlman argues, “We would hope in the next administration…that permanency becomes a priority.”

From Fortune

Traditional American notion of independence, permanency and identity with neighborhood are given short shrift in this approach.

Do the dolls help instill a sense of permanency to the collections?

The project raises questions about the permanency of contemporary art.

The international community must come together with sustainable solutions to give millions of children permanency and a future.

In order for it to once again regain something approaching permanency, various proteins must be produced by various brain cells.

As another instance of the permanency of place-names, the city of Palmyra is curiously notable.

The distinctive feature in securing permanency seems to have been the intent to secure it.

In matrimony it is necessary that many things should contribute to a permanency of enjoyment.

The estimated profit depends upon the size and the permanency of the operation and the degree of risk involved.

But here, too, failure must be recorded in respect of permanency of results in the really wild parts of the Highlands.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to permanency, such as: perpetuation, dependability, durability, immutability, and stability.

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