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Synonyms for perennial

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

Synonyms for perennial

lasting three seasons or more

lasting an indefinitely long time

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recurring again and again

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The show premieres March 28 and Universal Studios Hollywood will present the entire cast of the perennially popular Bullwinkle Show, including Dudley Do-Right, Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale, and lovable stars in an extravaganza that will delight all fans of the Fractured Fairy Tale generation.
This year's lineup showcases enhanced play value with more sound features, transforming action, collectibility and interconnectivity across a perennially popular array of figures, vehicles, Megazords and role-play toys.
Family of the Year'': A perennially satisfied New Mexico family meets new competition for the title of ``Family of the Year.
Then the Ion, released as an '03 model, perennially panned and rarely praised, but a car wherein a technology like electric steering could be learned about by engineers so that they could begin to deploy it elsewhere.
The first, formative works are moody interiors and self-portraits in bathroom and bedroom mirrors that reflect the painter's perennially bearded face.
Better yet, read it at home just before a romp in perennially decadent gay Berlin.
Add the perennially entertaining Newcastle - both on and off the pitch - and this should be the pick of the week's games.
Known for his stellar and varied work on projects such as the Kodak Theatre, the perennially cool Nobu, and the sets of the Tony award-winning musical, Hairspray, Rockwell infuses the entire space with warm tans, cool beiges, and pale green hues.
He first blames Judis's article on the influence of Marty Peretz, TNR's perennially Gore-boosting owner.
Providing top-notch customer service and controlling costs are key mandates for leaders at most large organizations, but they are two objectives perennially at odds with each other.
presented the findings July 26 at the International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium in the perennially snowless Honolulu.
Chamber-sized, classically schooled, and perennially young, its core repertory was a collection of neoclassical works by the late Choo-San Goh.
On the other end of the spectrum is the perennially low-scoring IRS measure of Individual Paper Tax Filers, which scored 51.
The Red Sox and White Sox, the perennially cursed and the perennially crummy, have each won World Series trophies in our lifetime.
If deft montage were not perennially effective as agitprop, Rosler could not have turned back so persuasively to her archive.