There was not even time for his book to be set before the reading public before the poet, poetry editor, and translator was asserting its imperishable grandeur.
A final spat occurs over an imperishable chorister habit when performing a choral work: the sneaky replacement of the actual words with something subversive.
The old rugged cross is not venerable because it is old - that is, because of a traditional or historical meaning - but because the truth it embodies is imperishable .
So if unsatisfied desires are inherently painful, then happiness must be ‘a final satisfaction of the will, after which no fresh willing would occur,… an imperishable satisfaction of the will.’
I can't forget it; I can't forget him; and perhaps my memory shall become my salvation, and thus my vulnerable body my imperishable soul.
These principles, taken together, form the true and imperishable basis of the promise of, and the friendship between, our two great nations.
They are infinite, I am thinking, all these hungry, grasping people chasing after the new and improved, the super and imperishable , and I stand alone against them - but that's the kind of thinking that led me astray all those years ago.
The hand that wrote them is in the dust, but the sentiments they embody and the wish they breathe are imperishable and will be perpetuated in the enduring monument for which this solid resting-place is preparing.
And that's because no national art form produces half a dozen full-length, imperishable works on a yearly basis.
Hardcore puzzlers plan their week around it, yet the show's central mystery - that of its imperishable appeal - remains unsolved.