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  • n. eternity
  • n. endlessness

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state or quality of being eternal.


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  • If they support the Jewish state, doesn't that indicate their belief in the eternalness of anti-Semitism throughout the world?

    Sam Sedaei: Is Helen Thomas an Anti-Semite, or Are Her Critics?

  • It lay on the eastern verge of an enormous forest of cryptomeria and pine within which the Shinto temple blossomed like some other-worldly flora whose grace of design, quiescence and natural humility instantly bewitched the Colonel's mind, speaking to him more eloquently than even the country's finest speakers the eternalness and dignity of the Japanese spirit.

    The Ninja

  • We are born with, grow up with, indeed live our entire lives with the concept of eternalness always close to us.

    The Ninja

  • Here the eternalness of the East defied time, shrouding them both.

    The Ninja

  • Moichi watched the panoply of Sha'angh'sei slide by him, thinking of the changes within the vast city and, because of those changes, how it all stayed essentially the same; its eternalness fascinated and awed him.

    beneath an opal moon

  • Ans. “That we cannot thirst under the enjoyment of the life promised proves this life not here to be enjoyed, is proved, because the eternalness of this life is the cause of its exemption from thirst;” but that the plain contrary is the intendment of the Holy Ghost, I presume is evident to all men.

    The Doctrine of the Saints��� Perseverance Explained and Confirmed

  • I had though of him as old but there was an indescribable youth pervading the face with its ancient beauty, and then I knew it was neither age nor youth, it was eternalness.

    AE in the Irish Theosophist

  • Her still-flushed senses protested on behalf of the eternalness of the passion, and she was obliged to think Emma's cold condemnatory intellect came of the no knowledge of it.

    Diana of the Crossways — Volume 5

  • Ms. Monte calls her visual concept for the drama "a streamlined evocation of the Renaissance meant to underline the eternalness of the story."

    NYT > Home Page

  • American series and a final chapter rich with an eternalness that Cash surely earned after his profound life on earth.

    Dallas Observer | Complete Issue


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