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perpetual
used in Sense and Sensibility

2 uses
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Definition
continuing forever without change

or:

occurring so frequently it seems continual
  • Her income was not her own, she said, with such perpetual claims on it; and it was the more unkind in my father, because, otherwise, the money would have been entirely at my mother's disposal, without any restriction whatever.
    Chapter 2 (56% in)
  • He so frequently talked of the increasing expenses of housekeeping, and of the perpetual demands upon his purse, which a man of any consequence in the world was beyond calculation exposed to, that he seemed rather to stand in need of more money himself than to have any design of giving money away.
    Chapter 5 (79% in)

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