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See definition of perpetuating on Dictionary.com
  • as incontinuation
  • as inpersistency

synonyms for perpetuating

  • continuance
  • continuity
  • extension
  • perpetuation
  • preservation
  • assiduity
  • duration
  • endurance
  • furtherance
  • increase
  • line
  • postscript
  • production
  • prolongation
  • propagation
  • protraction
  • sequel
  • succession
  • supplement
  • sustenance
  • tenacity
  • augmenting
  • continuing
  • enduring
  • going on
  • increasing
  • maintaining
  • persisting
  • preserving
  • producing
  • prolonging
  • protracting
  • sustaining

antonyms for perpetuating

MOST RELEVANT
  • stoppage
  • cessation
  • end
  • finish
  • halt
  • stop
  • termination
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How to use perpetuating in a sentence

They perpetuate conspiracy-mongering, science denial and economic illiteracy, making fellowship and rational debate among Americans with different political views nearly impossible.
TIME TO CONFRONT THE RIGHT-WING MYTH-MAKERSJENNIFER RUBINNOVEMBER 6, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Jefferson is unwittingly perpetuating an inaccurate stereotype about Stoicism that prevents people from understanding a philosophy of life that has great potential to benefit them personally—and humanity more broadly.
THE JOYS OF BEING A STOIC - ISSUE 92: FRONTIERSMASSIMO PIGLIUCCINOVEMBER 4, 2020NAUTILUS
Critics, including Payne and Niyongabo, accused the school of misusing its federal funding by perpetuating a system in which students and employees of color face discrimination.
RACISM ALLEGATIONS AT GALLAUDET U PUSHED TWO OFFICIALS TO RESIGN, THEY SAY. THE SCHOOL SAYS IT’S NOW COMMITTING TO PERMANENT CHANGES.LAUREN LUMPKINOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Most concerning, it is possible that these responses could self-perpetuate in some patients, resulting in the emergence of new, permanent autoimmune disorders.
COVID-19 CAUSES SOME PATIENTS’ IMMUNE SYSTEMS TO ATTACK THEIR OWN BODIES, WHICH MAY CONTRIBUTE TO SEVERE ILLNESSLGBTQ-EDITOROCTOBER 27, 2020NO STRAIGHT NEWS
This disengagement is perpetuated because policymakers generally ignore or forget nonvoters, giving them little reason to vote in the future, he said.
PENNSYLVANIA’S NEW VOTE-BY-MAIL LAW EXPANDS ACCESS FOR EVERYONE EXCEPT THE POORBY JONATHAN LAI, SAMANTHA MELAMED AND MICHAELLE BOND, THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIREROCTOBER 22, 2020PROPUBLICA
In this self-assertion, they contest the monochromic representations perpetuated in popular culture.
HOW YOUNG, QUEER NIGERIANS USE TWITTER TO SHAPE IDENTITY AND FIGHT HOMOPHOBIALGBTQ-EDITOROCTOBER 14, 2020NO STRAIGHT NEWS
Food insecurity also perpetuates conflict, as it drives people from their homes, lands and jobs, deepening existing fault lines and fueling grievances.
NOBEL PEACE PRIZE SPOTLIGHTS THE LINKS BETWEEN HUNGER AND CONFLICTLGBTQ-EDITOROCTOBER 10, 2020NO STRAIGHT NEWS
One thing I learned pretty early on dating apps is the clear discrimination that people can perpetuate.
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As we work together to beat back this virus, we have the opportunity to address the inequalities perpetuated by chronic underfunding of our schools and communities and turn things around.
SAN DIEGO COUNTY STANDS TO GAIN IF VOTERS APPROVE PROP. 15NATHAN FLETCHEROCTOBER 8, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Her research considers the roles technology and data play in perpetuating stigma, social control, and inequality.
COVID-19 HAS LED TO A WORRISOME UPTICK IN THE USE OF ELECTRONIC ANKLE MONITORSAMY NORDRUMOCTOBER 8, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
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