Bill Clinton views Melanne as a calming influence, a confirmed loyalist and a perpetual optimist.
They will not change the minds of Israelis who would rather live in perpetual war than leave the land they say belongs to them.
The Basilica of Our Lady of perpetual Help is not the biggest church in Boston, but it has two pieces of history.
Most Americans know little about John Boehner, except for his perpetual tan.
Through this perpetual recycling of history, nothing new can be created.
But we who do the old things are fed by nature with a perpetual infancy.
Else, could I hear the perpetual revilings of her implacable family?
The stream of callers was perpetual—although God only knows who they were, or what their business was.
This perpetual atmosphere of duplicity was positively distasteful.
He devoted a great deal of time to designing mechanical schemes for perpetual Motion.
mid-14c., from Old French perpetuel "without end" (12c.) and directly from Latin perpetualis "universal," in Medieval Latin "permanent," from perpetuus "continuous, universal," from perpetis, genitive of Old Latin perpes "lasting," probably from per- "through" + root of petere "to seek, go to, aim at" (see petition (n.)). Related: Perpetually. Perpetual motion is attested from 1590s.