permanent wave, permanent, perm(adj)
a series of waves in the hair made by applying heat and chemicals
terminable, impermanent, episodic, pro tem, passing, shipboard, short-lived, transient, makeshift, fugacious, transitory, reversible, temporal, acting(a), evanescent, improvised, jury-rigged, working(a), pro tempore, interim, temporary, fly-by-night, ephemeral
continuing or enduring without marked change in status or condition or place
"permanent secretary to the president"; "permanent address"; "literature of permanent value"
temporary, fly-by-night, shipboard, short-lived, impermanent, episodic, acting(a), jury-rigged, temporal, passing, pro tem, ephemeral, interim, transient, makeshift, improvised, fugacious, reversible, working(a), transitory, evanescent, terminable, pro tempore
not capable of being reversed or returned to the original condition
"permanent brain damage"
jury-rigged, fly-by-night, episodic, interim, transitory, temporary, terminable, makeshift, pro tempore, short-lived, acting(a), shipboard, passing, ephemeral, evanescent, temporal, fugacious, impermanent, reversible, working(a), transient, pro tem, improvised
Without end, eternal.
Nothing in this world is truly permanent.
Lasting for an indefinitely long time.
The countries are now locked in a permanent state of conflict.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Durable (Latin durus, hard) is said almost wholly of material substances that resist wear; lasting is said of either material or immaterial things. Permanent is a word of wider meaning; a thing is permanent which is not liable to change; as, a permanent color; buildings upon a farm are called permanent improvements. Enduring is a higher word, applied to that which resists both time and change; as, enduring fame.
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How to use permanent in a sentence?
All the time we hear "Love is Blind." But it's not true. Blind is the Infatuation, while Love is All-seeing and All-accepting amazing aspect of life. Love is Strong and Permanent vis-a-vis Infatuation that is Fragile and Transitory. In my view, Love is like Silk, which is delicate, gentle, illuminating and soft - and yet so strong that no force on earth can tear it apart easily. Love is accepting each other for good qualities as well as flaws, and for strengths as much as weaknesses. Love is working together through the challenges of life, and overcoming obstacles with Synergy. I would summarize Love in three T's: Trust, Transparency and Teamwork.
I am determined to stop this senseless war, unfortunately, while we are busy implementing the agreement, the armed opposition continues to violate the permanent ceasefire.
We are having a permanent base set up within the forest that will be used by both our military and police to ensure continuous security.
In any free society, the conflict between social conformity and individual liberty is permanent, unresolvable, and necessary.
The presidency is temporary-but the family is permanent.
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- permanentCatalan, Valencian
- ständig, Permanente, beständig, dauerhaft, permanent, Dauerwelle, unbefristetGerman
- جاودان, همیشگی, ماندگار, پایدار, بیپایانPersian
- ikuinen, kestävä, vakituinen, jatkuva, pysyvä, kestokiharat, permanenttiFinnish
- permanent, permanenteFrench
- varanlegur, permanentIcelandic
- パーマ, 永久Japanese
- 영구적인, 파마Korean
- bestendig, permanent, voorgoed, eeuwigDutch
- permanentNorwegian Nynorsk
- перманентный, зави́вка, долговременный, пермане́нт, постоянный, неизменныйRussian
- مستقل, دائميSindhi
- stalan, vjȅčan, trȃjan, dugotrajanSerbo-Croatian
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