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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchangelesschange‧less /ˈtʃeɪndʒləs/ adjective  SAMEnever seeming to change a changeless desert landscape
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changelessBut surely the clock was like the rest, changeless.Its quality was, she knew, changeless.They are striking symbols of the changeless eternal city.Yet can we really take it for granted that parents are so utterly changeless in their behaviour and attitudes to their children?Then, she knew, she would have to reevaluate her changeless life.On Earth, the glaciers came and went, while above them the changeless Moon still carried its secret.
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