What is another word for perennially?

Pronunciation: [pəɹˈɛnɪəli] (IPA)

Perennially is a word that refers to something that occurs or exists throughout the year. Some synonyms for perennially include continuously, unceasingly, permanently, persistently, and incessantly. Each of these terms conveys a sense of something that is consistently present or ongoing, without interruption. Other synonyms might include everlastingly, eternally, perpetually, and unfalteringly. These words all have slightly different connotations, but generally convey the idea of something that endures over time. When looking for synonyms for perennially, it is important to consider the context and use a word that accurately conveys the intended meaning.

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What are the hypernyms for Perennially?

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What are the opposite words for perennially?

Perennially means lasting or existing throughout the entire year or for a long period of time. Some antonyms for the word perennially include sporadically, intermittently, occasionally, temporarily, and briefly. These words convey the opposite meaning of something that is not continuous or lasting. For instance, a plant that blooms sporadically throughout the year can be considered the antonym of perennially blooming plants. Similarly, a business that operates temporarily or intermittently cannot be regarded as perennial. Antonyms help us to understand a term's meaning better by presenting a contrast between its use and the opposite words.

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Usage examples for Perennially

For twenty-one years the book of life had proved grim reading, but to-day he had come to that magic page whereon is written in words grown dim to the eyes of age and experience, but perennially shining to the eyes of youth: "And then they were married and lived happily ever after."
"Calvary Alley"
Alice Hegan Rice
An overflowing vitality, a lively and never-failing interest in all the details of daily life, and a temperament responsive to every call, kept her perennially young, and fitted her to be the companion of her children rather than the sober helpmate of such a husband as Herr Goethe.
"The Youth of Goethe"
Peter Hume Brown
He had swung the saddle from its peg and slipped it over the back of El Sangre, and the great stallion turned to watch this perennially interesting operation.
"Black Jack"
Max Brand

Famous quotes with Perennially

  • As I see it, all questions regarding the factual accuracy of Biblical statements—notably such ‘miraculous’ events as Virgin Birth, Resurrection, etc.—are wholly irrelevant to the true issues. Indeed, I should go so far as to say myself that the whole value of the Gospel story to mankind—and it is very great—lies not in its historical but in its legendary, mythical, or ‘typical’ character. It is not, I think, the Sermon on the Mount—or at least not this alone—that constitutes the peculiar contribution of Christianity to human thought, for very similar maxims are to be found elsewhere, and in any event could be deduced from first principles. It is to be found, rather, in the affirmation that all that is best and highest in man, as typified in the person of Jesus, is bound to arouse opposition, is often persecuted and apparently destroyed—yet is in fact indestructible and does perennially ‘rise again’, triumphant over seeming disaster.
    Leslie Weatherhead
  • It is supposed that there has been progress in the science of textual criticism, and the most frivolous pretender has learned to talk superciliously about "the old unscientific days". The old unscientific days are everlasting; they are here and now; they are renewed perennially by the ear which takes formulas in, and the tongue which gives them out again, and the mind which meanwhile is empty of reflexion and stuffed with self-complacency.
    A. E. Housman
  • As remote as the rings of Saturn... A man with his stubby million-rand finger perennially prodding the public's pulse, his eyes constantly roving the horizons of the future, Kerzner has the power of a Prometheus unbound.
    Jani Allan

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