from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not perishing; lasting; durable.
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Titus, Trajan, Antoninus, and Constantine still live to fame in unperishing records of marble.
His own, unfading, unsetting, unperishing brightness and bliss and love.
Jesuits in Central America (where Las Casas has left an unperishing name); elsewhere also they were soon in the front rank.
He told the story of overland travel and the frontier, for his own and future generations, in what is essentially a picaresque novel, a work of unperishing fiction, founded on fact.
Shall they who have an unperishing Treasure in Heaven, meanly stoop to grovel in the Dust of the Earth, to obtain those Riches which are destroyed by a thousand Accidents?
Oh, Fernand; this may not be; and thou canst purchase the power to bestow unperishing youth, unchanging beauty upon me; the power, moreover, to transport us hence, and render us happy in inseparable companionship for long, long years to come. "