permanent in a senetnce

Everybody wants permanent peace.

We all wish for permanent world peace.

My daughter is cutting her permanent teeth.

It is difficult to find a well paid permanent job.

His permanent tooth is coming in behind his baby tooth.

In my opinion, permanent peace is nothing but illusion.

I hope their relationship will blossom into something permanent.

His fingers are permanently stained yellow from years of smoking.

The country of Libya has no permanent rivers, and no freshwater lakes.

Lac Chad is the Republic of Chad’s only permanent source of fresh water.

Eighty-five percent of the land of Greenland lies beneath permanent ice.

Find someone who would like to live in this country permanently.

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Chuck’s grandmother has become a permanent fixture at all our football games.

Eighty-five percent of the land of Greenland lies beneath a permanent ice cap.

Lebanon’s civil war has left over 75,000 of its people with permanent disabilities.

Sathya Sai Baba once remarked that the only permanent change is slow, steady change.

It won’t take long for the injury to heal, but it will probably leave a permanent scar.

The oldest permanent human settlement yet discovered on earth is at Catalhoyuk, Turkey.

The government is calling for a permanent cessation of hostilities against rebel forces.

As humans learned to raise plants for food, they began to establish permanent settlements.