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Sentence count:287+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-02Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: constantcontinuousperpetualregularsteadyAntonym: annualSimilar words: biennialmillenniadeferentialdeferentiallypreferentialtennisdenialcolonialMeaning: [pə'renɪəl]  n. a plant lasting for three seasons or more. adj. 1. lasting three seasons or more 2. lasting an indefinitely long time; suggesting self-renewal 3. recurring again and again. 
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1. The film 'White Christmas' is a perennial favourite.
2. Lack of resources has been a perennial problem since the beginning.
3. I wonder at her perennial youthfulness.
4. Teddy bears are a perennial favorite with children.
5. The novel's central theme is the perennial conflict between men and women.
6. We face the perennial problem of not having enough money.
7. Colonialism in different forms is a perennial theme of history.
8. Mickey Mouse remains a perennial favorite.
9. First dig out all the perennial weeds.
10. Alison MacDonald on the perennial problem of child care.
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11. The perennial optimists would say that this is because of consumer demand.
12. But the perennial problem of providing for other children remained.
13. State politics ends up as a perennial battle between squabbling regions for scarce resources.
14. Perennial boom and bust cycles have always winnowed out weak farmers.
15. Twenty thousand perennial plants will bloom, including those in a display explaining how to use colour in the garden.
16. You might pair them with a new perennial vine, since the annual will supply the flowers as the perennial establishes itself.
17. Fear of teacher bias and classroom indoctrination, a perennial concern, was magnified by the development of Peace Studies.
18. His answer touched the perennial problems and pretensions of politicians.
19. Just like the familiar bedding forget-me-not, but perennial and with softer hairless leaves. Bright blue.
20. The seemingly perennial crisis that affects agriculture has shifted up a notch in intensity.
21. So one perennial idea getting a second wind is the campaign to raise the pitifully low current minimum wage.
22. The first was the perennial problem of the two-front war.
23. One of the perennial streams that sometime rises to astonishing heights of activity is the Leonid shower.
24. They may take a week or so to work, but can kill most deep-rooted perennial weeds without being persistent.
25. Did the women of the locality - and/or the imagination - constitute a perennial problem?
26. All fully partake of the sacred; and this is what gives them their perennial resistance to change.
27. That the other women had never shown any deference to that status was a perennial aggravation.
28. A lax attitude to accident prevention can not be justified by the perennial excuses of financial hardships and pressure from high work-loads.
29. So far in this campaign season at least one perennial hot button issue is missing.
30. For the hell of it l do an extra set of bun-twisters on my back, a perennial crowd-pleaser.
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