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perpetual
used in Anne Of Green Gables

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Definition
continuing forever without change

or:

occurring so frequently it seems continual
  • That bridge led Anne's dancing feet up over a wooded hill beyond, where perpetual twilight reigned under the straight, thick-growing firs and spruces; the only flowers there were myriads of delicate "June bells," those shyest and sweetest of woodland blooms, and a few pale, aerial starflowers, like the spirits of last year's blossoms.
    Chapter 9 — Mrs. Rachel Lynde Is Properly Horrified (12% in)

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