He is always in extremes, perpetually in the superlative degree.
It should be strewn with roses; it should lie through bowers, where there was no spring, autumn, nor winter, but perpetual summer.
Who have found out the perpetual stoppage.
I cannot imagine a countenance and manner more singularly expressive of caution and indecision, and a perpetual impulse to do something he could not resolve to venture on, than Mr. Krook’s was that day.
Mrs. Snagsby is so perpetually on the alert that the house becomes ghostly with creaking boards and rustling garments.
The four old faces then hover over teacups like a company of ghastly cherubim, Mrs. Smallweed perpetually twitching her head and chattering at the trivets and Mr. Smallweed requiring to be repeatedly shaken up like a large black draught.
Caddy Jellyby passed her very last holidays with us and was a dearer creature than ever, perpetually dancing in and out of the house with the children as if she had never given a dancing-lesson in her life.
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A perpetual flame burns beside the grave of John F. Kennedy.