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Immortal.‘pages of deathless prose’
immortal, undying, imperishable, inextinguishable, indestructible, unfading, enduring, everlasting, perpetual, eternalView synonyms
- ‘Inevitably, one's mind is cast back to the deathless moment when they were swept off their feet by the sea - nothing compared to the tidal wave about to engulf another Canute.’
- ‘As he recovers and continues his walk down the corridor of the office block on the North Circular, I am to emerge from behind the soft drinks and utter the deathless words: ‘Ah, Daniel.’’
- ‘But in all the ways that matter, Bell effectively was Holmes, or became Holmes, through the deathless art of Conan Doyle, Bell's most famous pupil.’
- ‘Not deathless literature, but entertainment with as high a reverberation as you can go for.’
- ‘And so when those journalists Google themselves, guess who pops up early and often, making fun of their deathless prose?’
- ‘The set is inspired by the photography of Jake Rajs, whose arid landscapes and endless, empty roads capture the deathless mystery of the desert.’
- ‘His description of the epic on Garrick's Shelf is typical: ‘The day's route led us through snow and ice scenery of deathless beauty.’’
- ‘He is, on the one hand, the man behind both early - 1990s pre-teen trio Hanson and the Baha Men's deathless novelty hit, Who Let the Dogs Out?’
- ‘Pierce Brosnan plays James Bond for what will likely be the last time in Die Another Day, the latest in the deathless series.’
- ‘Nor do I think the books are especially brilliant, beyond the undeniable genius of crossbreeding the various deathless genres of children's fantasy to spin a yarn both traditional and contemporary in its appeal.’
- ‘Not exactly deathless prose, but David was happy with it.’
- ‘Immortality, the birthless and deathless state of nirvana, lies beyond this cycle of the wheel of life.’
- ‘It's something that utopians like to forget in their deathless faith in the perfectibility of man.’
- ‘While the singer looks ageless and deathless, she is a lot older than that.’
- ‘All that has changed - and every one of our deathless chums may now be seen on video, cable TV and at Beanoland in the Chessington World of Adventures.’
- ‘In 2001, the duo anonymously released a single called Soft, which sampled Chicago's deathless 1976 number one If You Leave Me Now.’
- ‘Hardly surprisingly, no deathless prose has been written on ‘The Idea of the Tertiary Education Sector’.’
- ‘I'm trying to become a better writer, because it's something I love, but I'm not trying all that hard to write deathless prose, here.’
- ‘The true individuality of a man is the same in a king, as well as a beggar, the saint, as well as the sinner which is: sacred, divine and deathless.’
- ‘He tells us, via a specific historical account, of His creation of a good world, in six earth-rotation days - ruined by sin, and still to be restored to a sinless, deathless condition.’
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