The Top English Grammar Tips From A–Z
1(forever)(damned/true) para siempre(damned/true) eternamenteeternally yours, Jessica — siempre tuya, Jessica
- In the manuscript, the last line of the poem originally read: "Dead souls eternally alive."
- There is no ideological pendulum swinging between two eternally fixed positions.
- His gravestone is located in front of a quintet of ghostly musicians who eternally perform in the attraction's memorable graveyard scene.
- May you rest eternally in peace in the arms of the Lord.
- Max, on the other hand, seems eternally caught in limbo.
- They believe the Qur'an is a perfect copy of a text that exists eternally in heaven.
- These heavenly spheres, eternally revolving, produce harmonious sounds only the truly inspired can hear.
- Anyone, consequently, who rejects the papal church and its dogmas, also rejects God and is eternally damned.
- More important, it pointed to the greater reality that lay eternally beyond the world.
- God's infinity is not formlessness but rather the beauty of a boundless agape, eternally and freely shared within the Trinity.
- His hair is carefully styled and he dresses with a self-possessed style, but there is something eternally boyish to him.
- The past, the present and the future are enacted simultaneously and eternally in the perennial drama of the world.
- She was our angel on earth and remains, eternally, an angel in heaven.
- She was depicted as a eternally young and skilled huntress.
- He comes to represent dissidence, while the eternally optimistic object of his affection is the radiant face of national solidarity.
- We have much to be proud of in Australia, but we need to be eternally vigilant.
- Far from cloyingly sentimental, Sylvian's songs reflect a deep and abiding sense of the sacred eternally renewed in the common.
- They make good the depredations of history to give us a Rome that appears both whole and eternally modern.
- Rather, he states that they are intrinsically and eternally inseparable, while also being distinct.
- But nature, by means of a curious contrivance, has rendered it impossible for men to remain eternally apart.
2(continually)(complain) permanentemente(complain) constantemente(discontented/occupied) perpetuamente
- She is the heartless beauty, the eternally pitiless woman.
- He drinks eternally in search of a drunkenness that will never come.
- Guess they'll just have to adjust to deep fried everything and ice tea that is eternally sweet.
- You don't know what hell is until you've had an insurance salesman prattle on eternally about term life annuities.
- The comedy pits the eternally bickering Beatrice and Benedick against each other.
- Still, the story makes Shodd a Montreal institution, after which he's eternally referred to affectionately as "Shoddy."
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