enduring

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enduring (comparative more enduring, superlative most enduring)

  1. Long-lasting without significant alteration; continuing through time in the same relative state.
    an enduring belief in democracy

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durative endure perduring

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enduring

  1. present participle of endure

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enduring (plural endurings)

  1. endurance
    • 1854, James Kennedy, Probable Origin of the American Indians, page 14:
      It could be only long years of privations and endurings of hardships that could enable the Esquimaux to traverse over those icy regions with the facilities they have learned to practise []

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