perpetuated

[ per-pech-oo-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF perpetuated
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERPETUATED

Surmin, in which a constant tradition has perpetuated the memory of the circumstance.

Plants are perpetuated by seeds, by bulbs, and by woody parts.

But in English these distinctions are perpetuated in the very structure of the language.

But they will never be seen away from the soil on which they have been conceived and perpetuated.

In his pictures he perpetuated his belief in the unfailing harmony in things.

This was the opinion of my grandfather, even when he caused these proofs to be perpetuated.

How was the history of the early Mexicans handed down and perpetuated?

It has been perpetuated in cordate, not in dactylate characters.

And is that to be perpetuated in Canada which would not be retained in England for a month?

This idea has been perpetuated in the "pupil teacher" scheme.