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 eonian In A Sentence

  • The next challenge we have is to restore the dignity of the Sierra-Leonian, which was really impaired over the 27 years of misrule and mismanagement by an undemocratic, autocratic government. CNN Transcript Sep 30, 2006
  • Two weeks ago an Anacreonian merchant ship came across a derelict battle cruiser of the old Imperial navy.
  • 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
  • Their faults can be as large in scale as their virtues, and an excessively negative Leonian can be one of the most unpleasant human beings imaginable, displaying extreme arrogance, autocratic pride, haughtiness, and excessive hastiness of temper. Archive 2007-07-01
  • During the weekly town meetings, the Leonian captain would regale us with fascinating stories of exploration and adventure. 365 tomorrows » 2009 » November : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day
  • The next thing we are now going for is to find ways to improve the lot for the average Sierra-Leonian, to reduce the level of poverty that (inaudible) country. CNN Transcript Sep 30, 2006
  • But nor I, nor this place may halfe suffice for his praise, which the sweetest singer of all our westerns shepheards hath so exquisitely depainted, that as Achilles by Alexander was counted happy for having such a rare emblazoner of his magnanimitie, as the Meonian Poete; so I account him thrice-fortunate in having such a herauld of his vertues as Shakespeare's Lost Years in London, 1586-1592
  • There is however another sacramentary _perhaps_ more ancient called the Leonian, because it is attributed by the learned to Leo the great, The Ceremonies of the Holy-Week at Rome
  • Then one day, the Leonian captain informed us that he needed to move his ship to another location, to help other humans who were still struggling to stay alive. 365 tomorrows » Mission Earth : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day
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