durable

(redirected from durably)
Also found in: Dictionary, Legal.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • adj

Synonyms for durable

Synonyms for durable

existing or remaining in the same state for an indefinitely long time

Synonyms for durable

existing for a long time

capable of withstanding wear and tear and decay

Synonyms

Related Words

very long lasting

References in periodicals archive ?
An expectation for gross debt leverage maintained durably above 3x would likely result in a Negative Outlook or a one-notch downgrade.
Always within the framework of a negotiating process under Cypriot leadership, we will seek to offer ideas where they can help; influence, where we have it; and practical experience, to help ensure that the many steps that will be needed to put a settlement into practice, robustly and durably, will be in place when they are needed.
Bio-Polishing Agents: Durably improve the quality of cellulose based fabric and garments by preventing pilling.
The Federal Reserve is clearly in no hurry to raise interest rates and durably perkier inflation may well continue to look a distant prospect until we see US wages rise.
From a traceable and controlled supply chain in Burkina Faso, Nerenyl is a biomimetic active ingredient developed by Silab Research that is rich in nere seed biosaccharides and capable of strengthening the skin barrier and durably moisturizing the skin.
Quality optics like the Nightforce are constructed more durably, and the higher-quality glass buys you every last minute of legal shooting time.
WEIDMULLER reports it has expanded its TERMSERIES family of products to include new, high-performance variants capable of reliably and durably switching inductive and capacitive loads.
The waking infant brain quickly forgets newly-learnt names, but during sleep, words are more durably linked to objects and imprinted," said Angela Friederici, director at Max Planck Institute.
But despite horrific crises engulfing entire regions, we are making real progress in the fight to sustainably and durably end hunger and chronic malnutrition," she noted.
The authorities have launched an ambitious economic program to meet these challenges and durably reduce Yemen's high unemployment and widespread poverty.
Hardcover and spiral bound so as to durably and accessibly lay flat upon a kitchen table or counter while following recipe directions, "The Cast Iron Gourmet" by culinary expert Matt Pelton is a profusely illustrated, 152 page compendium of information and recipes for preparing dishes using a Dutch Oven.
In particular, the extent to which public investment will durably boost private sector productivity remains uncertainty," it said.
But the modest overhaul has yet to convince the European Union's executive arm, which is pressing France to cut its overall public deficit and to overhaul its economy, that he has gone far enough to fix the system durably.
of California, Irvine) is the author of seventeen books, including Acting One and Acting Two, textbooks for beginning acting students that are very widely and durably used.
The country would durably be stunned by such a blow, and history would remember the catastrophe for many years.