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synonyms for perpetual

  • ceaseless
  • constant
  • continued
  • continuous
  • endless
  • enduring
  • eternal
  • incessant
  • infinite
  • interminable
  • never-ending
  • perennial
  • permanent
  • persistent
  • recurring
  • unceasing
  • unending
  • abiding
  • everlasting
  • going on
  • immortal
  • imperishable
  • intermittent
  • never-ceasing
  • perdurable
  • recurrent
  • reoccurring
  • repeated
  • repeating
  • repetitious
  • returning
  • sempiternal
  • unchanging
  • undying
  • unfailing
  • uninterrupted
  • unremitting
  • without end
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antonyms for perpetual

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  • bounded
  • ceasing
  • changeable
  • changing
  • completed
  • discontinuous
  • ending
  • ephemeral
  • finished
  • finite
  • halting
  • interrupted
  • irregular
  • limited
  • stopping
  • temporary
  • terminable
  • transient
  • brief
  • fleeting
  • momentary
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How to use perpetual in a sentence

We were in a perpetual state of anxiety because of how challenging is was for us to be in public.
I’M AUTISTIC. I’M HOPING I CAN WEAR A MASK FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE.CHRISTINE M. CONDOFEBRUARY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
News organizations’ perpetual quests to stifle their journalists’ opinions — whether uttered on Twitter, at a conference, or in a recorded chat published by Project Veritas — is an Sisyphean struggle.
‘IT’S A SHOT AT MY REPUTATION’: LAUREN WOLFE REACTS TO NYT’S STATEMENT ABOUT HER DISMISSALERIK WEMPLEJANUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
A way of being a perpetual passenger, insisting you’re not equipped to drive.
INAUGURATION DAY WAS A MILESTONE, BUT IT’S NOT THE DESTINATIONMONICA HESSEJANUARY 20, 2021WASHINGTON POST
That relentless surge has forced Wall Street into a perpetual game of catch-up, with analysts’ average price target still far below the current stock price.
TESLA TOPS FACEBOOK IN MARKET VALUEVERNE KOPYTOFFJANUARY 7, 2021FORTUNE
Third, our tendency to avoid dealing with negative emotions puts people in a perpetual cycle of ignoring unpleasant feelings, which amplifies stress and the risk of emotional health problems.
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Morris assumed she would be remembered as “that sex-changed travel writer” and indeed, throughout her life and now her passing, people suggest her perpetual travel was a metaphor for running away and trying to find herself.
WORLD CLASS: REMEMBERING LEGENDARY TRAVEL WRITER JAN MORRISLIZA WEISSTUCHDECEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The inheritance of the children of sinners shall perish, and with their posterity shall be a perpetual reproach.
THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSIONVARIOUS
He lived in a perpetual fear and danger of discovery; and discovery now was but another name, for poison—prison—death.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXXXIX. JANUARY, 1844. VOL. LV.VARIOUS
He shows that under free individual competition there is a perpetual waste of energy.
THE UNSOLVED RIDDLE OF SOCIAL JUSTICESTEPHEN LEACOCK
The exercise of confessing the name of God, corresponds to that of joining to him in a perpetual covenant.
THE ORDINANCE OF COVENANTINGJOHN CUNNINGHAM
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WORDS RELATED TO PERPETUAL

  • constant
  • continuing
  • enduring
  • eternal
  • everlasting
  • fast
  • indissoluble
  • lasting
  • permanent
  • perpetual
  • persistent
  • persisting
  • steadfast
  • steady
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