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synonyms for perpetuate

  • bolster
  • maintain
  • preserve
  • conserve
  • continue
  • eternalize
  • eternize
  • immortalize
  • keep
  • secure
  • support
  • sustain
  • keep alive
  • keep in existence
  • keep up
See also synonyms for: perpetuated / perpetuates / perpetuating
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antonyms for perpetuate

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  • discontinue
  • give up
  • halt
  • let go
  • neglect
  • release
  • stop
  • cease
  • prevent
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How to use perpetuate in a sentence

How the US education system perpetuates inequality and racism.
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Is it, how are you going to expand this, the idea of beauty away from just Eurocentric standards of beauty if we see these beauty filters that perpetuate certain characteristics as more attractive than others.
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It means they simply “overwhelm the predators by filling their bellies, and there’s still enough left over to perpetuate the species,” said Michael Raupp, an entomologist at the University of Maryland.
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It perpetuates a narrative that is long-standing but really harmful and not based in fact.
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We have systems in place that perpetuate how things are right now.
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It’s led publishers without the benefits of subscriber revenue or large pools of first-party data for personalized ad targeting to perpetuate reliance on ad revenue from marketplaces fueled by third-party data.
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It imposes selective burdens on men, reinforces the notion that women are not full and equal citizens, and perpetuates stereotypes about men’s and women’s capabilities.
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It is a very laudable spirit on the part of a dying man to wish to—ah—perpetuate these old English names.
FIRST PLAYSA. A. MILNE
I think this is a wicked, wicked war, waged to perpetuate slavery and to destroy the Union.
THE COURIER OF THE OZARKSBYRON A. DUNN
By perpetrating an act of injustice, which would perpetuate agitation.
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WORDS RELATED TO PERPETUATE

  • acted up
  • blundered
  • cut up
  • lost it
  • made a fuss
  • misbehaved
  • raged
  • raised Cain
  • was indecorous
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