from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a lasting manner, in a way that persists.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a lasting manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a lasting manner; so as to last; durably.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an enduring or permanent manner
So much for a strong and free press: The aura of powerlessness hanging over everyone from Congress to the newsrooms across the nation is palpable and lastingly demoralizing. burritoboy Says:
He is wailed on a cross for words said so lastingly late gone.
The key issue is whether the current bailout will lastingly reduce investors' concerns about debt sustainability in Greece and the euro-zone periphery more generally.
It is about the headlines that proclaim erroneously, that if only you would marry, you would become lastingly happier and healthier and live longer.
It was those companies 'reputations that were most lastingly damaged by the explosion of BP's oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, the recall of Toyota vehicles over concerns about sticky accelerator pedals and the revelations about Mr. Hurd's relationship with a contractor.
I asked Dajani, what ultimately is her hope for We Love Reading as it becomes more popular and contributes more lastingly to children as they grow up to become the next generation of teachers, business leaders and political leaders in Arabic countries?
Steve Jobs and Bob Noyce -- co-founders of the two of the most lastingly important high tech companies in the world, Apple and Intel -- were part of his administration.
If you want to see a structural change by my definition -- one significantly and lastingly altered as a share of the economy -- look at investment resident housing.
These polemics, which elevated abstract expressionism to a patriotic cause — and remind us that the United States has always been modernist in its politics, if never lastingly in culture — were written in what Hughes called an "American gigantism of style," and expressed, on their own, a gigantism of appetite more arriviste than imperial.
Right now the FCC can lastingly protect freedom and equality on the Net.