- etching ground,
- eternal city,
- eternal city, the,
- eternal triangle,
Origin of eternal
Examples from the Web for eternally
Certain trades, such as medicine or law, are eternally well-respected.
I'm eternally grateful for the efforts that they put into my education.
To celebrate the eternally seductive (and seemingly ageless) actor, we've compiled seven of his best moments.John Stamos Turns 50! Watch Uncle Jesse's Greatest Moments|Anna Klassen|August 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We never actually see the end to his urination—“Evacuation (eternally not) complete.”‘The Paperboy,’ ‘Austin Powers’ & More Film Pee Scenes (Videos)|Anna Klassen|May 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
One of those living conduits of female liberty who is eternally reconquering a new generation.
He saw the eternally human beneath the masks of canonised and apotheosised individuals.August Strindberg, the Spirit of Revolt|L. (Lizzy) Lind-af-Hageby
The eternally feminine in her nature prompted self-preservation.The Mintage|Elbert Hubbard
But there is no novelist who gives so much room to the pure, crystalline, eternally youthful feeling of love.Rudin|Ivan Turgenev
“I think you are a trifle foolish to be so eternally vexed about it,” said Homer, soothingly.A House-Boat on the Styx|John Kendrick Bangs
We can endure death; we can separate ourselves from our families, with the hope that we will have them eternally with God.The Life of John Taylor|B. H. Roberts
- without beginning or end; lasting for evereternal life
- (as noun)the eternal
Word Origin for eternal
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.