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perennial
used in A Thousand Acres

3 uses
  • Caroline, though, was perennially innocent, or stubborn, or maybe just plain dumb about this sort of thing.
    p. 33.3
  • What it all added up to was that things around the Clark farm, according to Harold, were perennially at the brink of disintegration, while public opinion had it that really Harold was a better manager, and more prosperous, than anyone.
    p. 107.4
  • The noise was the same, continuous, reassuring: human intentions (talking, traveling, eating) perennially renewing themselves whether I happened to sleep or wake, feel brisk or lazy.
    p. 333.7

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