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enduring Syllabification: en·dur·ing
Pronunciation: /inˈd(y)o͝oriNG/
/enˈd(y)o͝oriNG/

Definition of enduring in English:

adjective

Continuing or long-lasting: he formed a number of enduring relationships with women an enduring problem
More example sentences
  • Even if her previous style may prove more enduring, these raw paintings will find many enthusiasts.
  • Even with today's high divorce rates, marital relationships are also more enduring, which makes our investment in them all the wiser.
  • There clearly are some issues that cannot be adequately covered by the enduring power of attorney legislation currently provided in law.

Derivatives

enduringly

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Pronunciation: /inˈd(y)o͝oriNGlē/
/enˈd(y)o͝oriNGlē/
adverb
Example sentences
  • More importantly, and enduringly, perhaps, her stories and novels occupy a special place in the hearts of many readers across the globe.
  • Few films, however, have proved as enduring or as enduringly cherished as these four classic tales.
  • Critically lauded and enduringly popular, this reconfiguration of Romeo and Juliet among the street gangs of New York was one of the biggest musical blockbusters in Hollywood history.

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