Perennial in a sentence as a noun

Now, there may be room for folks to choose the third party code more wisely, but that's a perennial problem when you're willing to use code that's already been written.

The perennial problem with discussions of Git workflows is the underlying belief that there exists, if only we can find it, the One True Workflow.

Over time, the non-native grasses crowded out most of California's native perennial grasses.

Its conservative design makes it the perennial dark horse of the compiled-to-JS language family, but that's also what makes it most attractive to me.

Perennial in a sentence as an adjective

This is the perennial theological question about charity: do you measure goodness based on charitable intent or on charitable results?

/sigh interview techniques really are a perennial topic on HN.> [a coding test] won't tell you squat about how good they are in a year long project with 10 other people,The author misses the point of a coding test.

This website, their product, and the marketing all indicate that the motivation is purely irrational: the perennial lust for freedom, not for practical transportation.

This is linked to a perennial fantasy in elementary math education: that intuition is valuable and easy, while computation is hard and unimportant.

Perennial definitions


(botany) a plant lasting for three seasons or more


lasting three seasons or more; "the common buttercup is a popular perennial plant"


lasting an indefinitely long time; suggesting self-renewal; "perennial happiness"


recurring again and again; "perennial efforts to stipulate the requirements"

See also: recurrent repeated