use perpetually in a sentence.
But just because personality is itself a relative triumph of good over evil it is possible to conceive of the existence of a personality in whom evil is perpetually overcome by good, while it is impossible to conceive of a personality in whom good is _perpetually_ overcome by evil.
In many of the Chinese edicts we see the term perpetually applied to those people outside the Celestial Kingdom, and to all those who are not Chinese.
The insurgency, the group concluded, has adapted to the surge, creating what it dubbed a "perpetually escalating stalemate."
If one perceives, like those living in perpetually poor neighbourhoods, that they have little chance of succeeding in the mainstream, there may be more lucrative pay-offs (monetary or not) that they can seek in the criminal world.
They remain perpetually awake until they go crazy and their bodies break down.