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perdurable

[ per-door-uh-buhl, -dyoor- ]
/ pərˈdʊər ə bəl, -ˈdyʊər- /
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adjective
very durable; permanent; imperishable.
Theology. eternal; everlasting.
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Origin of perdurable

First recorded in 1200–50; Middle English word from Late Latin word perdūrābilis.See per-, dure2, -able

OTHER WORDS FROM perdurable

per·dur·a·bil·i·ty, per·dur·a·ble·ness, nounper·dur·a·bly, adverbun·per·dur·a·ble, adjectiveun·per·dur·a·bly, adverb
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How to use perdurable in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for perdurable

perdurable
/ (pəˈdjʊərəbəl) /

adjective
rare extremely durable

Derived forms of perdurable

perdurability, nounperdurably, adverb

Word Origin for perdurable

C13: from Late Latin perdūrābilis, from Latin per- (intensive) + dūrābilis long-lasting, from dūrus hard
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