What is another word for everlastingly?

Pronunciation: [ˌɛvəlˈastɪŋlɪ] (IPA)

Everlastingly is an adverb that refers to something that lasts forever or for an indefinite period. There are several other synonyms you can use to mean the same thing. These include permanently, enduringly, continuously, endlessly, persistently, ceaselessly, uninterruptedly, perennially, immortally, and steadfastly. All of these words describe the unending nature of something or the lack of a definite end. For example, a love that lasts forever can be described as enduring, ceaseless, or everlasting. Similarly, an enduring legacy or an uninterrupted happiness depicts something that will remain for all time. Using these synonyms for everlastingly can add depth and variety to your writing, making it more engaging and expressive.

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What are the hypernyms for Everlastingly?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for everlastingly?

Everlastingly is a term often used to describe something that lasts indefinitely. Its antonyms are words that indicate the opposite, such as temporarily, briefly, fleetingly, transiently, and impermanently. These terms suggest a sense of limited duration or a passing nature. For example, someone might say they are only temporarily staying in a new city, or a room may only be temporarily occupied. Briefly is another antonym for everlastingly that suggests a brief moment in time, while fleetingly suggests a fleeting moment that is quickly gone. Transiently and impermanently indicate that the item or idea may not last long, and it may be short-lived.

What are the antonyms for Everlastingly?

Usage examples for Everlastingly

She was a very neat and cleanly creature, everlastingly brushing her clothes, and bathing regularly in a bath of snow provided for her in the cabin.
"Stories of Animal Sagacity"
W.H.G. Kingston
Where there is power of any kind, whether in the hands of a prince, a people, a body of men, or a private person, there is a propensity to abuse it: abuse of power will everlastingly seek itself a remedy, and frequently find it; nay, even this remedy may in time degenerate to abuse, and call loudly for another.
"An History of Birmingham (1783)"
William Hutton
Will not a piece everlastingly be tried by its merit?
"An History of Birmingham (1783)"
William Hutton

Famous quotes with Everlastingly

  • The incarnation is true, not of Christ exclusively, but of Man universally, and God everlastingly.
    James Martineau
  • We learn more when we hate than when we love, because hate is eternally awake, but love is everlastingly asleep.
    Mehmet Murat ildan
  • The world is burdened with young fogies. Old men with ossified minds are easily dealt with. But men who look young, act young and everlastingly harp on the fact that they are young, but who nevertheless think and act with a degree of caution that would be excessive in their grandfathers, are the curse of the world. Their very conservatism is secondhand, and they don't know what they are conserving.
    Robertson Davies
  • Throughout the history of Christianity, there had been a core of belief that man was not doomed to be everlastingly corrupt.
    Pierre Stephen Robert Payne
  • Yes, what I am to be everlastingly, I am growing to be now — now in this present time so little thought of, this time which the sun rises and sets in, and the clock strikes in, and I wake and sleep in.
    William Mountford

Related words: forever and ever, to the end of time

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