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Synonyms for permanent

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

Synonyms for permanent

a series of waves in the hair made by applying heat and chemicals

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continuing or enduring without marked change in status or condition or place

not capable of being reversed or returned to the original condition

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We think all other distinctions and ties will be slight and fugitive, this of caste or fashion for example; yet come from year to year and see how permanent that is, in this Boston or New York life of man, where too it has not the least countenance from the law of the land.
The night-school at Hampton, which started with only twelve students, now numbers between three and four hundred, and is one of the permanent and most important features of the institution.
In a hidden apartment in the palace of Tario," replied Kar Komak, "the jeddak has maintained the suggestion of a beautiful girl, hoping that some day she would become permanent.
If species are only well-marked varieties, of which the characters have become in a high degree permanent, we can understand this fact; for they have already varied since they branched off from a common progenitor in certain characters, by which they have come to be specifically distinct from each other; and therefore these same characters would be more likely still to be variable than the generic characters which have been inherited without change for an enormous period.
If species be only well-marked and permanent varieties, we can at once see why their crossed offspring should follow the same complex laws in their degrees and kinds of resemblance to their parents,--in being absorbed into each other by successive crosses, and in other such points,--as do the crossed offspring of acknowledged varieties.
First and always in considering any piece of literature a student should ask himself the question already implied: Does it present a true portrayal of life--of the permanent elements in all life and in human nature, of the life or thought of its own particular period, and (in most sorts of books) of the persons, real or imaginary, with whom it deals?
It is an optimistic interpretation of life, looking for what is good and permanent beneath all the surface confusion.
My son-in-law wants to stand as a permanent member; they're not rich people, and he must be brought forward.
Most of the permanent magnet motors are utilized with either DC or AC electric motors.
Tommego (shipyard Kazun), clock security, 2 permanent posts / patrol-clock, and 1 permanent post / patrol pm.
Ashbrow Infants: Twelve permanent places for children with communication problems cut to six transitional positions.
There is neither a comprehensible criterion nor a definitive logic in the UN Charter for Permanent Members without veto powers to the Security Council," Pakistani Ambassador to the UN Hussain Haroon told a closed-door session of the UN General Assembly on reforming and expanding the council aimed at making it more representative and effective.
A $1,600,000 permanent mortgage was arranged by Richard Pergolis for a two-story commercial condo building on Norfolk Street in Manhattan.
It becomes the oldest permanent European settlement in the United States.