Coffeehouses stayed open late, while in the countryside, “spinning bees”—nocturnal gatherings of women—were enduringly popular.
Perhaps most enduringly, in the great push to open the canon—that equally outdated thing!
For all the real-world importance of his work on crime, the most enduringly fascinating of his books may be his Bureaucracy.
No other decade in our history was more alive or enduringly creative.
And, of course, there is Harry herself: forever fascinating, beautiful, charismatic, and enduringly cool.
A man with such a mouth can think and act, but not feel either passionately or enduringly.
Still, still it wears the fetters love so enduringly fastened.
Whatever building is nobly and enduringly useful, thoroughly adapted to its uses, cannot be uncomely.
It is their thoughts and the verse in which their thoughts are embodied that are enduringly memorable.
It was her misfortune not to realise that, for all her Olympian poses, she had come to love Alwynne deeply and enduringly.