Everlasting [adjective]

Definition of Everlasting:

infinite, never-ending

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Sentence/Example of Everlasting:

When you’re in the thick of it, mental illness seems everlasting and impossible to overcome, but it can—and usually does—get better.

A rare piece of permanence in a voyager’s life, the house was wood-shingled and gabled and mossy, in a rainforest grove of everlasting shade cast by towering Douglas firs, in a ferny compound clearly managed by a guy obsessed with stacking firewood.

How could one face a régime in which the everlasting taskmaster held control?

If the wages are graded according to capacity, then the grading is done by the everlasting elective officials.

And I will bring an everlasting reproach upon you, and a perpetual shame which shall never be forgotten.

Yea I have loved thee with an everlasting love, therefore have I drawn thee, taking pity on thee.

God will clothe thee with the double garment of justice, and will set a crown on thy head of everlasting honour.

And I will remember my covenant with thee in the days of thy youth: and I will establish with thee an everlasting covenant.

Believers, as a people who would Covenant and fulfil their obligations, were given to the Mediator in the everlasting covenant.

In the Everlasting Covenant, provision was made for Covenanting under the last or present dispensation.