aeonian

ADJECTIVE
  1. continuing forever or indefinitely
    life everlasting
    eternal truths
    the unending bliss of heaven
    the ageless themes of love and revenge
    hell's perpetual fires
  2. of or relating to a geological eon (longer than an era)
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How To Use aeonian In A Sentence

  • Let the limitation of the word disturb our previous estimate of Paradise, grant that it so disturbs that estimate, not the less all such consequences leave the dispute exactly where it was; and if a balance of reason can be found for limiting the extent of the word _aeonian_, it will not be the less true because it may happen to disturb a crotchet of our own. Theological Essays and Other Papers — Volume 1
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