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- n. the state or quality of being everlasting
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state of being everlasting; endless duration; indefinite duration.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being everlasting; endlessness or indefinite length of duration; immortality; enduring permanence.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the property of lasting forever
However, in the course of philosophical discussion the idea of everlastingness has been further refined, and two contrasting concepts can be denoted by it.
Buddha is conscious of Dharmakaya periodically with other Ascended 110 The Twenty-Four Elders eous to build the house of ( "everlastingness"), Sam bhogakaya Masters.
I achieve the 'everlastingness' of the object by applying the Japanese 'Urushi' varnish.
Eternity as timelessness, and eternity as everlastingness, have been distinguished.
The loci classici of this discussion, which makes the contrast between everlastingness and eternity clearer, and at the same time establishes what came to be the dominant account of eternity in western philosophy and theology, are to be found in Book XI of the Confessions of Augustine
The principle of permanency, everlastingness is, in my opinion, the root of evil.
O you butlers, creators of new forms, make me of no drinker a drinker, a perennity and everlastingness of sprinkling and bedewing me through these my parched and sinewy bowels.
Eternity [the Principle as distinguished from the property of everlastingness] is that substratum carrying that state in manifestation.
Firstly, that Poem is of everlastingness of length; lastly, that with my rhyme-book, I can now become on to the job of Genius.
Eng Muoi receive Confirmation and seem of so great humbleness, Cui Ai, sitting at side whisper to me, "Can the change of heart of Eng Muoi be of everlastingness?"