Definition of perpetually
: in a perpetual or continuous manner A guardroom was established to each side of the prisoner's casemate, in which a lamp burned perpetually.— Robert Penn Warren Beta-blockers can make you tired, interfere with circulation (making your hands and feet perpetually cold) … — Consumer Reports … the tusks of prehistoric mammoths, which had been preserved in the perpetually frozen soil.— William C. Ketchum Jr.
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