perpetual

[ per-pech-oo-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF perpetual

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERPETUAL

Else, could I hear the perpetual revilings of her implacable family?

This perpetual atmosphere of duplicity was positively distasteful.

It was a perpetual coming and going of fashionable personages.

His family were kept in perpetual fear of a ridiculous mesalliance.

In the height of summer might be found there a perpetual shade.

There were times when Constance almost despised him for his perpetual sunshine.

This is a text for a perpetual sermon on care in setting fashions.

It is truly strange that man's mind should have made of life a perpetual strife.

It haunted me; it was an obsession and a perpetual nightmare.

The thought of her life's perpetual renunciation was killing her.

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