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Fludd died in London in 1637, and was buried in Bersted Church, where an imposing monument perpetuates his memory.

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Her hole life is a glora tew her sek, and an honour evra da tew him whose good memry amung men she perpetuates.

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Each great thinker has a spiritual posterity, which for centuries perpetuates his doctrine and his moral personality.

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Where is that divine malediction which perpetuates the abandonment of these fields?

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“Some policymakers and regulators are so enamored with the rhetoric and promises of fintech that they don’t see the harms that they’re perpetuating against low-income people, immigrants, and others,” she says.

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I don't doubt that through them his method will be perpetuated, and even if he should die it would not be lost to the world.

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When the calling of officers cease, the kingdom of God ceases to be perpetuated upon the earth.

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Perpetuate synonyms

preserve

To maintain and protect (game, fish, etc.) in an area, esp. for regulated hunting or fishing

continue(related)

maintain

To keep in an existing state; preserve or retain:

halt(antonym)

The definition of halt is to hesitate, to put a stop to something or to come to a sudden stop.

stop(antonym)

To prevent the starting, advent, etc. of; preclude

cease(antonym)

eternize

To make famous forever; immortalize

sustain

To support from below; keep from falling or sinking; prop:

remember(related)

To have (an event, thing, person, etc.) come to mind again; think of again

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Pronunciation:

[ pəpˈɛt͡ʃuːˌe͡ɪt], [ pəpˈɛt‍ʃuːˌe‍ɪt], [ p_ə_p_ˈɛ_tʃ_uː_ˌeɪ_t]
  • n.

    Other relevant words: (noun)
    • echo,
    • continued,
    • see,
    • push,
    • leg,
    • hold up,
    • CONT,
    • plough on,
    • ball,
    • stay,
    • continuation,
    • prosecution,
    • go back,
    • outlast,
    • carry,
    • hour,
    • keep,
    • edifice,
    • push ahead,
    • go on,
    • stick,
    • nine,
    • spill,
    • swerve,
    • truck,
    • carry (sth) on,
    • push on,
    • run,
    • run on,
    • further,
    • soldier on,
    • spill over,
    • progress,
    • drag,
    • CONTD,
    • immortal,
    • prosecute,
    • bash,
    • die,
    • gavel-to-gavel,
    • press,
    • proceed,
    • time-tested,
    • stand,
    • get,
    • show,
    • hang,
    • endure,
    • outlive,
    • stretch,
    • overrun,
    • get on,
    • business,
    • plough,
    • holdover,
    • segue,
    • live,
    • draw,
    • lengthen,
    • persist,
    • duration,
    • push (sth) forward,
    • protracted,
    • insist,
    • soldier,
    • go,
    • length,
    • bash on,
    • last,
    • making,
    • run over (sth),
    • hold,
    • Overran,
    • span,
    • flow,
    • spin,
    • string,
    • go along,
    • today,
    • hold out.
  • v.

    carry on (verb)commemorate (verb)
    • re-membered,
    • monumented,
    • paying tribute to,
    • re-member,
    • pays tribute to,
    • monumentalizing,
    • re members,
    • payed tribute to,
    • monumentalizes,
    • re membered,
    • monumenting,
    • paid tribute to,
    • re-members,
    • monumentalized,
    • re member.
    keep going (verb)maintain (verb)
    • pro vides,
    • went on with,
    • re tains,
    • re tain,
    • re pair,
    • re pairing,
    • re-pairs,
    • re paired,
    • pro viding,
    • re-pairing,
    • re-tains,
    • up holding,
    • re-paired,
    • pro-vide,
    • pro-vided,
    • re-pair,
    • goes on with,
    • re pairs,
    • up holds,
    • re new,
    • up-hold,
    • taking care of,
    • pro-vides,
    • pro vide,
    • re-new,
    • pro-viding,
    • up-holds,
    • up hold,
    • re news,
    • up held,
    • up-holding,
    • pro vided,
    • up-held,
    • re-news,
    • going on with,
    • re-tain.
    Other relevant words: (verb)prolong (verb)
    • drags one feet,
    • pro-long,
    • de-lay,
    • pro longing,
    • in-crease,
    • spins out,
    • drags ones feet,
    • letted ride,
    • making longer,
    • dragging one feet,
    • pro longs,
    • makes longer,
    • pro long,
    • dragged one's feet,
    • in-creases,
    • pro-tract,
    • spinning out,
    • stretching out,
    • letted it ride,
    • pro-tracts,
    • lets it ride,
    • drag one feet,
    • drags one's feet,
    • de lay,
    • dragging ones feet,
    • dragging one's feet,
    • drags feet,
    • in creasing,
    • de-lays,
    • de laying,
    • pro-longed,
    • letting ride,
    • dragged one feet,
    • pro longed,
    • pro tract,
    • de-laying,
    • letting it ride,
    • drag ones feet,
    • dragged ones feet,
    • in crease,
    • pro tracts,
    • dragging feet,
    • lets ride,
    • in-creased,
    • pro-longing,
    • span out,
    • de lays,
    • pro-longs,
    • in creases,
    • dragged feet.
    stative (verb)
  • Other synonyms:

    carry on Other relevant words:
    • look after,
    • pay tribute to,
    • carry on,
    • looks after,
    • spun out,
    • made longer,
    • takes care of,
    • looked after,
    • take care of,
    • stretched out,
    • solemnize,
    • drag feet,
    • spin out,
    • Immortalized,
    • Prolonging,
    • let it ride,
    • looking after,
    • let ride,
    • stretch out,
    • monumentalize,
    • preserve,
    • monuments,
    • commemorate,
    • go on with,
    • drag one's feet,
    • maintain,
    • stretches out,
    • took care of,
    • go with,
    • prolong,
    • make longer.
    preserve Other relevant words (noun):
    • fix,
    • join,
    • affirm,
    • make good,
    • extension,
    • memorize,
    • make sure,
    • lengthiness,
    • Stabilitate,
    • remain,
    • memorialize,
    • settle,
    • Stablish,
    • dwell,
    • Keep hold,
    • commit,
    • fasten,
    • retain,
    • establish,
    • harp upon,
    • defend,
    • set,
    • Perpetuating,
    • perpetuation,
    • immortalise,
    • declare,
    • repeat,
    • protract,
    • protect,
    • persist in,
    • bind,
    • ascertain,
    • Immortalizing,
    • keep on,
    • consolidate,
    • float,
    • gain,
    • A,
    • freeze,
    • continuance,
    • Perpetuated,
    • drag on,
    • protraction,
    • assert,
    • bear,
    • embalm.
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  • Independent

    • Verb, base form
      perpetrate, preserve, maintain, prolong, uphold, consolidate, persist, carry, permanent, rededicate, continue, conserve, lengthen, endure, nurture, dedicate, secure, devote, reproduce, pursue, renew.
  • Other Related

    • Verb, non-3rd person singular present
      maintain.
  • v.

    • Other antonyms:
      crush, destroy, demolish, eradicate, devastate, decimate, extirpate, annihilate, snuff, obliterate, wipe out, put out.

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