Definition of perpetual:
continual, invariably, repeating, aeonian, incessant, stark, ever, sodding, ageless, running, constant, pure, uninterrupted, all the time, consummate, regularly, unfailing, all the while, complete, at all times, continue, unending, gross, world without end, intermittent, unremitting, double-dyed, never-ending, repetitious, eternal, short, deathless, continued, ceaseless, utter, unceasing, constantly, always, a lot, often, eterne, frequent, necessarily, lasting, repeatedly, changeless, thoroughgoing, unadulterated, everlasting, relentless, endless, amaranthine, frequently, hourly, round-the-clock, common, sempiternal, never-ceasing, continuous, invariant, transitory, returning, arrant, staring, eonian, annual, permanent, around-the-clock, immortal, ongoing, imperishable, dateless, perfect.
continuous (part of speech: adjective)
- infinite (part of speech: adjective)
- permanent (part of speech: adjective)
- durable (part of speech: adjective)
- "Far Away and Long Ago", W. H. Hudson.
It was a dull evening, for Wemmick drew his wine, when it came round, quite as a matter of business,- just as he might have drawn his salary when that came round,- and with his eyes on his chief, sat in a state of perpetual readiness for cross- examination.- "Great Expectations", Charles Dickens.
- "Modern American Prose Selections", Various.