Definition of lastingly:
- "The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2)", John Holland Rose.
For tho Themistocles is justly praised- his name is now more illustrious than that of Solon, and his glorious victory at Salamis is mentioned preferably to the policy of Solon, by which he first confirmed the power of the Areopagus- the one should not be considered more illustrious than the other; for the one availed his country only for once- the other is lastingly advantageous; because by it the laws of the Athenians, and the institutions of their ancestors, are preserved.- "The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to prose. Volume II (of X) - Rome", Various.
By all that's crazy, Ellen, I'm just waking up to the fact that there isn't any place to put you, when there are patients in the house- which there ever- lastingly are- except the dining- room and kitchen!- "Mrs. Red Pepper", Grace S. Richmond.