never-failing

never-failing

adj
that does not fail ever; unfailing
Translations

never-failing

[ˈnevəˈfeɪlɪŋ] ADJ [method] → infalible; [supply, source] → inagotable
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We have to move away from the notion of zero-defect, never-failing individuals and organizations.
Available in two models with WXGA or WUXGA resolution they produce laser-sharp images with sensational colors for never-failing performance.
Muswagon is blatant in slamming big oil for its unethical behaviour and its never-failing pursuit of the dollar.
If anyone can defrost the morning's chill it will be him and his never-failing cheery optimism.
Although a mention has been made of his work for the University of Birmingham there has been no direct reference to the never-failing counsel and advice which were always at the disposal of the student body during the tenure of office.
I believe in Peace and, as a clear and never-failing voice for Peace, in Art.
Edmund is emitting "deep sighs," which trouble the heroine: "Fanny watched him with never-failing solicitude, and sometimes catching his eye, revived an affectionate smile, which comforted her" (MPI ed.
One minute, she had opened the door to the wrong lunatic and his never-failing smile; and the next, she was paralyzed from the waist down.
Later Carol Roberts read the entire passage which continues to describe God as a never-failing presence.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the small but ambitious Spanish “Festival Internacional de Musica Castell de Peralada,” the Catalan theater collective La FuradelsBaus and its director Carlus Padrissa have staged Gluck's opera Orfeo ed Euridice with three splendid female voices and in a production that wonderfully reflects the Fura's never-failing imaginativeness.
Freud ([1918] 1998: 116) assosieer totemisme met 'n "unconditional and never-failing bond, that of kinship" en diegene wat deel uitmaak van so 'n kultuur word op byna ritualistiese wyse genoodsaak om dit aan die nageslag oor te dra.