All Adverb
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  • Despite this, it has been one of his most enduringly popular works.
  • It has been performed many times and is enduringly popular on record.
  • Today the novel remains his most enduringly popular work.
  • He was the first conspicuous member of an enduringly powerful and individual family. Cited from Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Vol. 1
  • Silent and self-absorbed, she went through the daily routine of her duties enduringly. Cited from The Two Destinies, by Wilkie Collins
  • The novel has proved enduringly popular and remains in print.
  • Now he knew that it was the face, and not the art of the painter that had affected him so enduringly. Cited from The Hollow of Her Hand, George Barr McCutcheon
  • No tree in the forest is more enduringly established in concordance with both climate and soil. Cited from The Yosemite, by John Muir
  • No tree of all the forest is more enduringly established in concordance with climate and soil. Cited from The Mountains of California, by John Muir
  • Though the film was not immediately popular, it has proven to be enduringly influential.
  • Nevertheless it has proved enduringly popular and remains in print.
  • Do not fear that he will love you less enduringly, or that you will become alienated from him, because he is not an artist. Cited from The Parisians, by E. B. Lytton, Book 4
  • These principles remain enduringly popular with the public.
  • The song has enduringly been the band's closing song at appearances at music festivals and at the end of most of their shows.
  • From its premiere to the present day, the suite has been enduringly popular, influential, widely performed and frequently recorded.
  • He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers.
  • Our Square is too poor to be enduringly uncharitable, either in deed or thought. Cited from From a Bench in Our Square, by Samuel Hopkins Adams
  • And he was something like the pariah-dog; spoken kindly to, it attached itself immediately and enduringly. Cited from Parrot & Co., by Harold MacGrath
  • We are thus brought round again to the thesis that the enduringly valuable elements of every story are its concrete creations of life. Cited from The Principles Of Aesthetics, by Dewitt H. Parker
  • He built enduringly, in concrete and masonry, and made one of the most remarkable water-farms in the world. Cited from The Cruise of the Snark, Jack London
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Meaning of enduringly

  • adverb In an enduring manner
    Roman culture was enduringly fertilized