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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishenduringen‧dur‧ing /ɪnˈdjʊərɪŋ $ ɪnˈdʊr-/ adjective  continuing for a very long time the enduring appeal of Shakespeare’s plays enduring hatredsee thesaurus at longenduringly adverb an enduringly popular performer
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enduringThe friendships formed in her schooldays proved to be the most enduring.Cartoons have a universal and enduring appeal.Many enduring ballets have been inspired by stories from world literature.Both are parodies of seminal religious figures with vast and enduring ideological legacies.A strong enduring influence - a part of my voice that's his.His childhood experiences had an enduring influence on his work.His energetic commitment to the idea of openness and cutting through bureaucracy to give employees more responsibility will be an enduring legacy.My most enduring memory of my father is watching him clean his rifle.It was the first image William ever had of rats, and an enduring one.Negotiators are working toward establishing an enduring peace in the region.Many of our decisions will have enduring practical implications of what could be called a moral sort.Pieces which have proved to be of enduring worth have passed from special conference song books into collections with a wider circulation.enduring appealHence some of Dad's Army's enduring appeal.The enduring appeal of the Workers Educational Association is that of the public house: all human life is there.So what accounts for the enduring appeal of wild animal patterns?
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