imperishable imperishable


  1. (adj) not perishable
  2. (adj) unceasing



  1. When the temple survived the Tokyo earthquake of 1923, a superstition arose that the tsurigane was imperishable.
  2. Imperishable lovers of the imperishable Greta Keller, 60, will swoon over this album of her Theater an der Wien concert last fall.
  3. Only the bodies of which this eternal, imperishable, incomprehensible Self is the indweller, are said to have an end.



  1. "I tried to show that fashion is an art," Laurent said in 1983. "For that, I followed the counsel of my master Christian Dior and the imperishable lesson of Mademoiselle Chanel. I created for my era and I tried to foresee what tomorrow would...
    on Jun 2, 2008 By: Yves Saint Laurent Source: The State

  2. "Today, we commemorate the supreme sacrifice offered by Hazrat Ibrahim (May Allah be pleased with him). In doing so, we affirm unity of action in an imperishable bond of brotherhood," Ms Bhutto said in her message. "The celebration today is...
    on Jan 10, 2006 By: Benazir Bhutto Source: Pakistan Dawn

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languish languish
/ˈlæŋɡ wɪʃ /