Durable

Antonyms of DURABLE

Examples of usage:

  1. " That where an event so memorable had happened might not hereafter be unknown this stone was set up by John Lord Delaware who had seen the tree growing in this place anno 1745. " This stone having been much mutilated and the inscriptions on the three sides defaced, this more durable memorial with the original inscription was erected in the year 1841 by him. "England of My Heart--Spring" by Edward Hutton
  2. Thus, there can be no durable happiness or rest for us as long as we are subjects of will. "Schopenhauer" by Thomas Whittaker
  3. Owing to the fixed position of the latter they are, too, quality for quality, less durable. "The Complete Home" by Various
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