Permanence: tourists who were in awe of the permanency of the great pyramids of Egypt. (noun)
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Use "permanency" in a sentence
"I call a permanency in our choice against opposition."
"MIREK TOPOLANEK, CZECH PRIME MINISTER (through translator): All of these steps, that combination and the permanency is a way to hell."
"All of these steps, combination and their permanency is a way to hell."