- very durable; permanent; imperishable.
- Theology. eternal; everlasting.
Origin of perdurable
Examples from the Web for perdurable
Hir cloes weren maked of ryt delye redes and subtil crafte of perdurable matere.
This is the meaning in the reference to the eternal throne (“perdurable chayer”) of God.Astronomical Lore in Chaucer
Florence M. Grimm
The primal object of religion is to disclose to us this perdurable basis of life, and foster our growth into communion with it.The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-day
We should have fastened the branches of life together in long elastic wires of the thin-drawn gold of perdurable sentiment.Hypolympia</p>
She felt at once the fugitive character of its apparent existence, the perdurable Reality within which it was held.Practical Mysticism</p>
- rare extremely durable
Word Origin and History for perdurable
mid-13c. (implied in perdurably), from Old French pardurable "eternal, everlasting, perpetual" (12c.), from Late Latin perdurabilis, from perdurare, from per-, intensive prefix, + durare "to endure" (see endure).