1. enduring

adjective. ['ɛndˈjʊrɪŋ, ɪnˈdʊrɪŋ'] unceasing.


  • lasting
  • abiding
  • permanent


  • unstable
  • changeable
  • impermanence
  • short

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Rhymes with Enduring

  • procuring
  • obscuring
  • securing
  • reassuring
  • maturing
  • insuring
  • ensuring
  • curing
  • assuring
  • alluring
  • turing
  • touring
  • mooring
  • luring
  • luhring
  • luehring

Sentences with enduring

1. Verb, gerund or present participle
After enduring a disaster, filing your income taxes is possibly the last thing on your mind.

2. Adjective
Memorial trees are a perfect way to express condolences and also provide an enduring symbol of the deceased person.

3. Noun, singular or mass
Others fantasize about an enduring love and want it for themselves.

Quotes about enduring

1. Certain it is that a great responsibility rests upon the statesmen of all nations, not only to fulfill the promises for reduction in armaments, but to maintain the confidence of the people of the world in the hope of an enduring peace.
- Frank B. Kellogg

2. In some ways, Israel has achieved a peace. There are fewer rockets being sent into Sderot, there are no rockets to speak of from the North, there has been very little terrorism from the West Bank. It's a kind of peace. I hope for a better and more enduring peace. Peace is not an endgame; we will never be completely at peace.
- Alan Dershowitz

3. Since the Korean War, U.S. and South Korea have established an enduring friendship with shared interests, such as denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula, combating aggression abroad and developing our economies.
- Charles B. Rangel

2. enduring

adjective. ['ɛndˈjʊrɪŋ, ɪnˈdʊrɪŋ'] patiently bearing continual wrongs or trouble.


  • long-suffering


  • perishable
  • eradicable