perdurable

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old English, from Old French, from Latin perdurare (to endure), from per- (throughout) + durare (to last).

Adjective[edit]

perdurable (comparative more perdurable, superlative most perdurable)

  1. very durable; longlasting
    • 1937, Ezra Pound, ABC Of Reading:
      There is one quality which unites all great and perdurable writers, you don't NEED schools and colleges to keep 'em alive.

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Adjective[edit]

perdurable (plural perdurables)

  1. durable

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