sempiternal, sem-pi-tėr′nal, adj. everlasting: endless—also Semp′itern.
But this is not true in the case of necessary, constant, and sempiternal realities.
O most orient clearness, and light shining of the sempiternal brightness!
This he will only have by inaction, by mewing his sempiternal youth in his cage and on his perch.
It is an exquisite representation of the marriage of Heracles and Hebe—of the hero, raised to divinity, with sempiternal youth.
The breath of brooks caressed him, he was enveloped in the sorceries of a sempiternal spring.
Through the open windows of the roomy houses, with their broad verandahs, floats the tinkling of the sempiternal spinette.
The moment he produced the glittering earbobs, the whimpering and whining of the sempiternal beldame was at an end.
The sempiternal effluence streams abroad Spreading, wherever charity extends.
Nevertheless, there is not a single legitimate government, in spite of their sempiternal principles.