perpetual definition

  • adjective:
    • Lasting for eternity.
    • Continuing or lasting for an indefinitely long time.
    • Instituted to stay impact or have tenure for an unlimited extent: a treaty of perpetual relationship.
    • Continuing without interruption. See Synonyms at constant.
    • Flowering through the growing period.
    • enduring forever, and for an indefinitely long-time
    • put up to stay in result or have tenure for an unlimited timeframe
    • Continuing uninterrupted
    • Flowering for the developing season
    • Neverceasing; continuing forever or for an unlimited time; unfailing; everlasting; continuous.
    • continuous with time and indefinitely long continuing
    • continuing forever or indefinitely
  • others:
    • Continuing for ever in future time; destined to keep or be proceeded through ages; everlasting: since, a perpetual covenant; a perpetual statute.
    • Continuing or proceeded without intermission; continuous; continuous; continuous:
    • Synonyms Everlasting, Immortal, an such like. (see eternal), unceasing, ceaseless, unfailing, perenuial, enduring, permanent, lasting, endless, everlasting.
    • 2. constant, Incessant, etc. (identify incessant), constant.
  • noun:
    • A perennial plant, particularly a rose which blooms monthly of the season.

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