perpetuate (part of speech: verb)
endure (part of speech: verb)
- From the dawn of its existence the South had practically controlled the government; she very naturally wished to perpetuate her control.
- The Emperor the same day ordered the removal to his capital of the column raised by the great Frederick to perpetuate the remembrance of the defeat of the French at Rosbach. - "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte", Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton.
- The misery of it is that the work of the specialist in all these regions tends to set a hedge about the law; it tends to accumulate and perpetuate a vast amount of inferior work. - "At Large", Arthur Christopher Benson.