Thesaurus / perpetual

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But we who do the old things are fed by nature with a perpetual infancy.

The Napoleon of Notting HillGilbert K. Chesterton

I was in a state of perpetual aggravation; and I often wonder that I wasn't soured for life at that time.

Cashel Byron's ProfessionGeorge Bernard Shaw

Some perpetual indignation seemed smouldering in the knitted brow and protruding upper lip.

HypatiaCharles Kingsley

The perpetual hum of voices sounded like the noise made by a thousand swarming bees.

It was near the Clerk's office, between which and the bar there was a perpetual passage of the members.

Perpetual motion was required to alleviate the agony of fury that seized upon the Cagots at such times.

An Accursed RaceElizabeth Gaskell

Perhaps when footer begins again next term, I shall get over this perpetual longing I have for Kathleen.

Sinister Street, vol. 1Compton Mackenzie

From a military point of view, the perpetual frontier wars in one corner or other of the Empire are of the greatest value.

You are a nation of children who are always having a perpetual holiday.

MichaelE. F. Benson

Looking seaward, we saw the hull of the sunken Majestic, a perpetual sign of the limitations of "sea power."

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