OTHER WORDS FOR perpetual
Origin of perpetual
synonym study for perpetual
OTHER WORDS FROM perpetualper·pet·u·al·i·ty, per·pet·u·al·ness, nounper·pet·u·al·ly, adverbnon·per·pet·u·al, adjectivequa·si-per·pet·u·al, adjective
How to use perpetual in a sentence
With Google’s perpetual goal focused on providing the most relevant information for a search query, aligning your content with your audience’s search intent allows your blog to rank high for relevant search results.Seven most popular types of blog posts guaranteed to boost traffic|Karl Tablante|November 30, 2020|Search Engine Watch
Now, however, might be the actual start of those perpetual restarts, with a chance to seize back whatever was lost on the afternoon Smith went down in 2018.Methodical and efficient, Alex Smith wins first start since before his injury|Les Carpenter|November 23, 2020|Washington Post
They benched perpetual placeholder Ryan Fitzpatrick in favor of their first-round rookie quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa.Alex Smith got his second chance. Now it’s time to give Dwayne Haskins his.|Kevin Blackistone|November 9, 2020|Washington Post
A perpetual calendar is a complex mechanism that will show the right date every day from now until March 1, 2100, without needing adjustment.
We reduced the time it took to assemble a perpetual calendar from 90 hours—that’s two weeks—to 30 hours.
The perpetuality of towns was recognized by statutes of 1391, which compared town-held property to church-held property.Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed.|S. A. Reilly