Meaning of the word

The word “hide-fully” is an expression that means something that has a long duration, which remains for a long time.

Origin of the word

The expression “hard-fully” is formed by the junction of the verb “last” with the adverb “always”. The verb “lasts” comes from the Latin “Durare”, which means “to stay, continue”. Already the adverb “always” comes from the Latin “Semper”, which has the same meaning.

Word adverbs

– Ever

Conjunctions of the word

– AT

Synonyms of the word

– Permanent
– Lasting
– Eternal
– Uninterrupted

Word Definitions

– which has a long duration
– that does not end or easily wear out
– which remains constant over time

Phrases that the word applies

– True love lasts.
– Sincere friendship is something that lasts.
– The memory of a special moment lasts in our hearts.

Examples of the word in text

– Their marriage was an example of love that lasts fully.
– The painting on the wall was made with a special lasting paint.
– The song he composed became a classic and lasts in the memory of people.

Rhymes with the word

– Future
– Safe
– Mature
– Pure

Anagrams with the word

– AT

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