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Aeonian   Listen
aeonian  adj.  
Eternal; everlasting; lasting for an indefinitely long time; immortal; not subject to death. Opposite of mortal. "AEonian hills."
Synonyms: eonian
Of or pertaining to an eon.

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"Aeonian" Quotes from Famous Books

... churches that have been buried for ages beneath the encroaching waters, lifted again, by some mighty revulsion of nature's heart, into the air of the sweet heavens, there to stand marked for ever with the tide-flows of the nether world—scooped, and hollowed, and worn like aeonian rocks that have slowly, but for ever, responded to the swirl and eddy of the wearing waters. So, from the most troublous of times, will the Church of our land arise, in virtue of what truth she holds, and in spite, if she rises at all, of ...
— The Seaboard Parish Volume 1 • George MacDonald

Words linked to "Aeonian" :   lasting, unending, eonian, unceasing, permanent

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