lastingness

  • 1 lastingness — n. permanence by virtue of the power to resist stress or force. Syn: durability, enduringness, strength. [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 2 lastingness — index indestructibility, life (period of existence), longevity Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 lastingness — lasting ► ADJECTIVE ▪ enduring or able to endure for a long time. DERIVATIVES lastingly adverb lastingness noun …

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  • 4 lastingness — noun see lasting I …

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  • 5 lastingness — See lastingly. * * * …

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  • 6 lastingness — noun The property of lasting, of having long duration …

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  • 7 lastingness — last·ing·ness || læstɪŋnɪs/ lɑːs n. quality of continuing for a long period of time, endurance, durability, permanence …

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  • 8 lastingness — n. Permanence, durability, continuance, fixedness …

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  • 9 lastingness — last·ing·ness …

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  • 10 lastingness — noun permanence by virtue of the power to resist stress or force they advertised the durability of their products • Syn: ↑durability, ↑enduringness, ↑strength • Derivationally related forms: ↑enduring (for: ↑ …

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  • 11 durability — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Lastingness Nouns 1. durability, durableness, lastingness, continuity, standing; stability, survival, longevity, age; distance, protraction, or prolongation (of time). See resistance. 2. (long period of… …

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  • 12 lasting — I. adjective Date: 12th century existing or continuing a long while ; enduring • lastingly adverb • lastingness noun Synonyms: lasting, permanent, durable, stable mean enduring for so long as to seem fixed or established. lasting implies a ca …

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  • 13 Nicholas Delbanco — (b. 1942, London, England) is an American writer. Contents 1 Life 2 Works 2.1 Short stories 2.2 Novels 2.3 Non fiction …

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  • 14 age — Synonyms and related words: Bronze Age, Dark Ages, Depression Era, Golden Age, Ice Age, Iron Age, Jacksonian Age, Middle Ages, New Deal Era, Platonic year, Prohibition Era, Silver Age, Steel Age, Stone Age, abidingness, aboriginality, aeon, ages …

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  • 15 antiquity — Synonyms and related words: abidingness, aboriginality, age, ancien regime, ancient history, ancient manuscript, ancient times, ancientness, antique, archaism, artifact, atavism, cave painting, cobwebs of antiquity, constancy, continuance, defeat …

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  • 16 constancy — Synonyms and related words: abidingness, accordance, adherence, adhesion, age, allegiance, antiquity, aplomb, application, assiduity, assiduousness, attachment, balance, balanced personality, bona fides, bond, bonne foi, bulldog tenacity, calm,… …

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  • 17 continuance — Synonyms and related words: PS, Parthian shot, abidingness, addendum, afterthought, age, antiquity, appendix, back matter, ceaselessness, chorus, coda, codicil, coeternity, colophon, conclusion, consequence, constancy, continualness, continuation …

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  • 18 duration — Synonyms and related words: abidingness, age, antiquity, changelessness, chronology, constancy, continuance, continuation, continuity, defeat of time, defiance of time, diuturnity, durability, durableness, duree, endurance, firmness, fixedness,… …

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  • 19 endurance — Synonyms and related words: abidingness, acceptance, age, antiquity, application, assiduity, assiduousness, bulldog tenacity, changelessness, concentration, constancy, continualness, continuance, continuation, continuity, decisiveness, defeat of… …

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  • 20 longevity — Synonyms and related words: abidingness, advanced age, advanced years, age, age of retirement, an incurable disease, anility, animal spirits, animate existence, animation, antiquity, being alive, birth, caducity, constancy, continuance, debility …

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