Definition of durably in English:

durably

adverb

See durable

  • ‘Democratic legitimation is also sapped, less obviously but more durably, whenever the growing need for coordination, due to increasing interdependence, is met by interstate agreements.’
  • ‘A photographic archive is a powerful link in the overall commemorative process; ancestral memory is more durably enshrined in a photo than in a gravestone.’
  • ‘Nowadays, in a durably deflationary world, the game is different.’
  • ‘As long as it's natural and can durably hold together, it's possible.’
  • ‘They are couples - they are families - that have loved one another durably, through all the merriments and the stresses, successes, disappointments and angers that are the common currency of shared lives.’

Pronunciation

durably

/ˈdjʊərəb(ə)li/