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perennially

[ puh-ren-ee-uh-lee ]
/ pəˈrɛn i ə li /
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adverb
perpetually, repeatedly, or continually; throughout the year or years:For our main dish I suggest salmon, which is perennially popular.Many rural dwellers are not located along perennially flowing river channels.
year after year, without needing to be replanted:Chives are a member of the onion (allium) family and grow perennially.
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Origin of perennially

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