Definition of everlasting
- the everlasting sympathy-seeker who demands attention
- —H. A. Overstreet
- everlasting twill pants
To his everlasting credit, he never once gave in to temptation.
valentines typically express the giver's everlasting love and devotion
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that special bond that has existed between mother and child from everlasting
people who believe that the magnificence of the natural world is proof of the existence of the Everlasting
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