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  • antipathy, disgust, distaste, indifference, repugnance.
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Antonyms of ETERNAL:
short, temporary, impermanent.
Misspellings for ETERNAL:
etrnal, eturnal, enturnal, eturnally, itnerview, faternal, detnal, otiginal, enternal, noturnal, edacacanal, ethonal, iternal, ataatnol, adernal, eturnaly, tettenhall, adenexal, uteral, etnical, utterng, emotainal, eternial, certenely, emotonal, intenal, emotinal, poteinal, emotoinal, arternable, otential, ethanal, eturnaty, peternal, itinerray, inetnal, enernal, metarnal, inteernal, ferternal, aternate, eternily, internial, exernal, artesanal, eternty, unternal, aternoon, ethenal, eternaity, eternail, eurotunnel, utnil, ethenol, essestinal, emotiuonal, evenaly, eterntiy, etenral, jourtnal, atenalol, emotinial, noternal, ineternal, essetinal, emotuional, itnernal, eteranal, paternial, essitenal, inturnal, eternaly, matenal, emotonial, adenxal, furternal, erternal, udername, opertaional, naturnal, emotiional, emitonal, eternallly, etternally, ertainly, internail, enturnally, interneal, utensial, maturnal, ecternal, itinal, certenaly, eterniy, eteranl, aterney, returnalbe, ordernable, feternal, etneral, oftenily, eternet, etirnal, futernal, artisianal, emtoional, ehtanl, iternary, atumnal, ehtanol, essitinal, etermal, etenal, certnaly, eturnial, eternel, eternaty, meternal, ethernal, itienray, parternal, oatmenal, etanol, etirnity, enternally, emoitonal, erterne, etotal, evenual, eotinoal, esstenial, etarnal, eteral, emoitinal, einternal, itiernary, itteraly, paternaial.
Examples of usage:
  1. Eternal Life could not believe her eyes.
    "Eastern Shame Girl The Wedding of Ya-Nei; A Strange Destiny; The Error of the Embroidered Slipper; The Counterfeit Old Woman; The Monastery of the Esteemed-Lotus; A Complicated Marriage", Charles Georges Souli.
  2. For I have cursed,- and sworn eternal hate Against myself.
    "Early Plays Catiline, The Warrior's Barrow, Olaf Liljekrans", Henrik Ibsen.
  3. Mark does not leave his reader in the dark as to what a man must do to inherit eternal life.
    "The Making of the New Testament", Benjamin W. Bacon.