Definition of permanency in English:

permanency

noun

  • See permanence

    • ‘They have stability and permanency and support.’
    • ‘A garden without evergreens is a garden without a backbone; plants that keep their leaves add permanency, security and structure.’
    • ‘Everybody believes that permanency and predictability in tax policy is the best way to do that.’
    • ‘And I've always been fascinated by the sheer permanency of sculpture.’
    • ‘The Society's plan of care provides permanency and stability, while recognizing the individual needs of each child.’

Pronunciation

permanency

/ˈpəːmənənsi/