permanent

[ pur-muh-nuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF permanent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERMANENT

We have not seen any permanent water for the last eighty miles.

An unlawful expedient can not become a permanent condition of government.

But the present must not become the permanent condition of the Government.

A surplus in the Treasury created by loans is not a permanent or safe reliance.

Who, again, could undertake the permanent care of his mother?

We aim at the assurance of a rounded and permanent national life.

It is, indeed, one of the most permanent characteristics of Shakespeare.

No doubt the first permanent trails led to them from the hunting-grounds.

He leaves no permanent monument, no ruins of former greatness.

I hear you intend to make Radville your permanent residence, Mr. Duncan?

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