I'm eternally grateful for the efforts that they put into my education.
One of those living conduits of female liberty who is eternally reconquering a new generation.
Fate, fortuitously, intervened to avert the tragedy, and I am forever, eternally, grateful.
We never actually see the end to his urination—“Evacuation (eternally not) complete.”
Our feminist forebears bust a gut to get us here, and we are eternally grateful.
They felt contempt for their old Latin speech and for their literature, with the tiresome asceticism it eternally preached.
It is man's will which is eternally defective, eternally inadequate.
But the friend to whom we are eternally indebted is Trelawny.
There's no earthly need for them to keep guard as eternally as they do.
The beginnings are eternally different; the endings of the Scarlet Women are eternally the same.
late 14c., from Old French eternel or directly from Late Latin aeternalis, from Latin aeternus "of an age, lasting, enduring, permanent, endless," contraction of aeviternus "of great age," from aevum "age" (see eon). Related: Eternally.