Examples of eternity in a Sentence
They believed that sinners would spend eternity in hell.
We suffered through an eternity of delays during the lawsuit.
Recent Examples of eternity from the Web
The other line was silent for what seemed like an eternity.
Walks, balks and cramps, meanwhile, have made Darvish’s short Cubs career seem like an eternity.
For a player and his agent this time feels like an eternity.
Finally, after what seemed to Jane like an eternity, there was silence.
That decision left the train stranded here at the closest stop, emitting foul odors, for what seemed like an eternity to those who had to endure it.
Vans Warped Tour Sometimes a full-day outdoor music festival can feel like an eternity, but nothing lasts forever.
Four years, however, is an eternity in pop culture.
In the sporting world terms, two weeks is an eternity.
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ETERNITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eternity for English Language Learners
: time without an end
: a state that comes after death and never ends
: time that seems to be without an end
ETERNITY Defined for Kids
Definition of eternity for Students
- I waited an eternity.
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