diuturnity


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diuturnity

(ˌdaɪjʊˈtɜːnɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
archaic a long period of time; lastingness

diuturnity

Rare. the quality of long duration in time; length of time. — diuturnal, adj.
See also: Time
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Both schools recognize the crucial importance of Besser-Wisser's central hypothesis of "the nevernesslessness of socio-political distanciationalism," but differ fundamentally on the diuturnity of the first, and the intransientnessless of the second.
I went out to Bagley Wood, I climbed the hill; Even the moon had slanted off in a twinkling, I heard the sepulchral owl and a few bells tinkling, There was no more villainous day to unfulfil, The diuturnity was still.