enduringly

ADVERB
  1. in an enduring manner
    Roman culture was enduringly fertilized
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How To Use enduringly In A Sentence

  • Much-maligned for their derivative style, the band are nevertheless enduringly popular.
  • If that sounds harsh or flippant, just take a look at the discographies of rock's most enduringly successful acts. Times, Sunday Times
  • Roman culture was enduringly fertilized
  • The lake was the cradle of Andean civilisation and remains enduringly known as the birthplace of the Inca empire.
  • One of the great modern love stories, the enduringly charming "Annie Hall" has Allen essentially playing himself, with Keaton's sweet, spacy Annie providing an inspired foil. John Farr: Ten Films For The Coming Weeks
  • He choreographed the solo variations for the last act of a new production of Napoli, and his production of Coppélia proved to be enduringly popular.
  • No utopias have been enduringly successful.
  • The lake was the cradle of Andean civilisation and remains enduringly known as the birthplace of the Inca empire.
  • Much-maligned for their derivative style, the band are nevertheless enduringly popular.
  • Since last October, the students have been dedicating themselves to the task of mounting the enduringly popular Guys and Dolls.
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