noun, plural per·ma·nen·cies for 2.
Origin of permanency
Related formsnon·per·ma·nen·cy, noun
Can be confusedpermanence permanency
Examples from the Web for permanency
Traditional American notion of independence, permanency and identity with neighborhood are given short shrift in this approach.In the Future We'll All Be Renters: America's Disappearing Middle Class|Joel Kotkin|August 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Do the dolls help instill a sense of permanency to the collections?
The project raises questions about the permanency of contemporary art.
This permanency of power over disease gives them the most exalted rank, and in this particular they have no equal.
(see p. 244), I have mentioned a remarkable instance of the permanency of characteristics, even in branches of the same race.The Moral and Intellectual Diversity of Races|Arthur, comte de Gobineau
What we have said of the permanency of the words applies only to the action, the essential part, of the game.
Necessarily these men must use their power so as to insure its permanency.
For directly the mind begins to operate there is introduced the element of permanency and constancy.An Outline of Sexual Morality|Kenneth Ingram