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unchanging

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunchangingun‧chang‧ing /ʌnˈtʃeɪndʒɪŋ/ ●●○ (also unchanged /ʌnˈtʃeɪndʒd/) adjective  SAMEalways staying the same
Examples from the Corpus
unchangingThe central players were, however, unchanging.The stellar sphere, owing to its vast distance from earth, needed no epicycles because its movement appeared regular and unchanging.Unlike us, most animals have needs that are fixed and unchanging.But if women learn their social orientation, it may not be as universal or as unchanging as these female-associated methods suggest.This is the eternal and unchanging celestial realm, the home of the sun, the stars, and the planets.The road ran through an unchanging desert landscape.She always had the same unchanging expression on her face, whatever mood she was in.the unchanging nature of GodThe first unchanging part of the sentence is always: Please can you tell me where to buy ...?Here, you seem to be immersed in an unchanging rural way of life, seemingly unaffected by progress and the modern world.It would have to be the decathlon for its tradition and unchanging scale of requirements.My habits and the unchanging season sustain me.an unchanging truthAfter all, in an unchanging universe, what was there to observe?
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