Perennial

Antonyms of PERENNIAL

Examples of usage:

  1. But it was not merely a congenial felicity and energy of utterance that Montaigne brought to bear on his English reader, though the more we consider this quality of spontaneity in the essayist the more we shall realise its perennial fascination. "Montaigne and Shakspere" by John M. Robertson
  2. Perennial irrigation can be resorted to by means of these wells. "The Khedive's Country" by George Manville Fenn
  3. The part of Cicero's work which the present age probably finds the most interesting, and the interest of which is, in the nature of things, perennial, has been as yet left unmentioned. "Latin Literature" by J. W. Mackail
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