perpetual

All Adjective Noun
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  • Fifth, the perpetual motion of the physical world is not originally caused by any outside force.
  • He resumed work as soon as he could, finding it took his mind off his perpetual pain.
  • Such a machine is called a "perpetual motion machine of the second kind".
  • Different sets of rules set different limits on what is considered perpetual.
  • Perpetual peace has had significant influence upon modern politics.
  • Perpetual peace refers to a state of affairs where peace is permanently established over a certain area.
  • A man living with his thoughts in this Kingdom knows perpetual joy.
  • The young woman had to stay in the perpetual position for three hours continuously.
  • As the money was never paid, the connection with the crown of Scotland has become perpetual.
  • Perpetual war refers to a lasting state of war with no clear ending conditions.
  • The Foundation would then be responsible for the restoration and perpetual care of the site.
  • Historians have found terms ranging from one to ten years to be more common than the perpetual sort.
  • All rights of passage would benefit the U.S. on a perpetual basis.
  • Perpetual peace is arguably seen as the starting point of contemporary liberal thought.
  • Many of the early issues were perpetual, having no fixed maturity date.
  • Her name is of ancient Eastern European origin, meaning 'true and perpetual beauty'.
  • Although he is well over fifty years, he appears to be a perpetual 25 years old.
  • The show was under almost perpetual re-write.
  • The first game ended in an early draw by perpetual check.
  • Perpetual insurance, a type of home insurance without a fixed term, can also be obtained in certain areas.
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