sustantivo (plural eternities)[mass noun]
- The king was then taken to his burial chamber deep below the pyramid and then sealed there for all eternity.
- First he was a great-grandson of Queen Victoria whose reign seemed to go on for all eternity.
- Then the Shia family could have reigned in happiness and strength for all eternity.
- In Mahapatra's poetry, the windows of life are flung wide open, and both time and timelessness, today and eternity rush in.
- Now, if Death is a collapsing of Time, then the Soul may move into a suspended state of eternity, seeing all time at once.
- The fifth chapter is an extended discourse on God's relationship to both time and eternity and the last expounds the doctrine of the Trinity.
- With the concept of the soul, an entity that is supposed to live on for eternity, death is seemingly cheated of its sting of finality.
- That is the only way to be right in life and prepared for death and eternity.
- Some lives will probably be lost because of this hurricane, but if their souls are lost for eternity, that is the real disaster.
- A young gunnery officer in command of a hill post overlooking the city keeps watch of the air space above, whilst a young flying instructor at the airfield below trains teenage kamikaze pilots for their single trip to eternity.
- After what seemed an eternity of uncomfortable silence, well, I thought someone had to break it.
- Finally, after what seemed an eternity of waiting, the first dragon came into view.
- For Melanie, however, school seemed to last an eternity on Friday.
Late Middle English: from Old French eternite, from Latin aeternitas, from aeternus 'without beginning or end' (see eternal).
Palabras que riman con eternityconfraternity, fraternity, maternity, modernity, paternity, taciturnity
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