enduringly enduringly


  • (adv) in an enduring manner


  1. It's a shift that's causing second thoughts on both sides of this enduringly controversial technology.
  2. He remains enduringly hopeful, not least of all about the revival of liberalism, which, according to his schedule, is due to cycle back in favor around 1990.
  3. Though man has never yet succeeded in damming that river, he has created, at moments in history, a few things so enduringly peaceful that they seem independent of its red flow.


  • Thanks For Sharing Trailer: Gwyneth Paltrow Dances In Lingerie

    Gwyneth Paltrow continues to receive plenty of praise for her enduringly youthful good looks. The actress and onetime guest on Who Do You Think You Are recently impressed viewers in a trailer for the upcoming flick Thanks For Sharing, during which she stripped down into lingerie and danced for Mark Ruffalo. Thanks For Sharing is not due in [...]
    on June 28, 2013     Source: Reality TV Magazine


  1. Lord Puttnam said: "I am delighted but not all that surprised that Local Hero has proved so enduringly popular, as this poll demonstrates. It's a film of which I remain immensely proud and I'm thrilled that it's continuing to give great pleasure to...
    on Sep 29, 2005 By: David Puttnam Source: BBC News

  2. Martin Amis said of Rabbit at Rest that "this novel is enduringly eloquent about weariness, age and disgust, in a prose that is always fresh, nubile and unwitherable".
    on Jan 27, 2009 By: Martin Amis Source: guardian.co.uk

  3. In his new book about the 1960s, Tom Brokaw explains that Buchanan's "good humor" has made him "enduringly popular even with liberal observers."
    on Nov 19, 2007 By: Tom Brokaw Source: Radar Online

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propriety propriety
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