Example sentences for: perpetually

How can you use “perpetually” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • There were rumors that Brodkey was getting a kind of perpetually renewable advance from his publisher, Farrar, Straus & Giroux.

  • Instead, with Prozac, we got stories about the specter of perpetually peppy sales reps and (erroneous) reports that it causes people to go on murderous rampages--almost as titillating as Viagra abusers' perpetual erections.

  • The campaign's complaint extends to unequal treatment--a nine-part series on Clinton's record, which the official describes as "the softest portrait since they invented black velvet"--and the Times perpetually underestimating the size of Dole crowds.

  • When a document is open access, however, a wide range of additional uses are perpetually and irrevocably allowed— from the reproduction and distribution of the paper by a professor for his or her students to the archiving of the paper in a searchable online repository available to anyone in the world with an Internet connection, and more.

  • This is not the England of Tony Blair or Princess Di or Martin Amis, but the England we remember from other children's books, an England somehow perpetually Edwardian, notwithstanding certain concessions to modernity like telephones and coeducation.


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