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unceasing

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunceasingun‧ceas‧ing /ʌnˈsiːsɪŋ/ adjective 🔊 🔊 CONTINUOUSnever stopping 🔊 his unceasing efforts to help the poorunceasingly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
unceasingHis ambition, however, was unabated, and his intrigues against John were unceasing.Such dynamism means perpetual change and the two processes of bank erosion and sediment deposition are unceasing.an unceasing battle against racial discriminationAnd his unceasing efforts to achieve that aim are easily seen.The place is apparently being slowly abraded by a fine, stinging dust blown across Patagonia by the unceasing gales.My own mutinous spirit has caused me unceasing grief.It was identified with Necessity and was symbolized by the unceasing rotation of a wheel, like the mythical wheel of Ixion.
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