Definition of imperishable in English:

imperishable

Line breaks: im|per¦ish|able
Pronunciation: /ɪmˈpɛrɪʃəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Enduring forever: imperishable truths
More example sentences
  • But what is wonderful about him - what saves him, glorifies him and makes him special - is the imperishable cultural truth that you can take a Frenchman out of France but you cannot take France out of a Frenchman.
  • The old rugged cross is not venerable because it is old - that is, because of a traditional or historical meaning - but because the truth it embodies is imperishable.
  • So if unsatisfied desires are inherently painful, then happiness must be ‘a final satisfaction of the will, after which no fresh willing would occur,… an imperishable satisfaction of the will.’
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imperishability

Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
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  • The more we face our limits, the more we have to relinquish our myth of personal specialness, unlimited potential, imperishability, and immunity to the laws of biological destiny.
  • Even gold plates and drinking vessels conveyed something of their imperishability to one who dined from them.
  • Because in this way the eternity and the imperishability of a mortal being are made manifest.

imperishableness

noun

imperishably

adverb
More example sentences
  • This is a pity, because when she lets herself go - and not letting herself go is the secret of her success - she can be an electric screen presence, warm and soulful, imperishably sexy.
  • Because Hanks, that imperishably decent leading man, the Jimmy Stewart of our day, is improbably trapped inside a villainous role.
  • And even if that memory had not been etched imperishably into his heart and mind, he had no choice.

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