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Meaning & Definition of Perpetual in English

English

Perpetual

/pərpɛʧuəl/

adjective

1. Continuing forever or indefinitely

  • "The ageless themes of love and revenge"
  • "Eternal truths"
  • "Life everlasting"
  • "Hell's perpetual fires"
  • "The unending bliss of heaven"
    synonym:
  • ageless
  • ,
  • aeonian
  • ,
  • eonian
  • ,
  • eternal
  • ,
  • everlasting
  • ,
  • perpetual
  • ,
  • unending
  • ,
  • unceasing

2. Uninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing

  • "The ceaseless thunder of surf"
  • "In constant pain"
  • "Night and day we live with the incessant noise of the city"
  • "The never-ending search for happiness"
  • "The perpetual struggle to maintain standards in a democracy"
  • "Man's unceasing warfare with drought and isolation"
  • "Unremitting demands of hunger"
    synonym:
  • ceaseless
  • ,
  • constant
  • ,
  • incessant
  • ,
  • never-ending
  • ,
  • perpetual
  • ,
  • unceasing
  • ,
  • unremitting

Examples of using

Latin is a perpetual language.
Pythagoras used to say that he had received as a gift from Mercury the perpetual transmigration of his soul, so that it was constantly transmigrating and passing into all sorts of plants or animals.