unabiding

unabiding

(ˌʌnəˈbaɪdɪŋ)
adj
not lasting or enduring
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I Feel Pretty left an exceedingly bitter taste in my mouth, despite my unabiding love for Schumer, who looks gorgeous and radiant in every frame.
And we both want joy of undeep and unabiding things.
This implied that there was not obvious thermal degradation of the silane coupling agents during the unabiding resident time of processing.
But even with the strength and will of the people, and the government's unabiding commitment to the task at hand, rebuilding Japan's battered economy could prove to be a Herculean task.
Health concerns and an unabiding wanderlust led to Paul's retirement in 1986, and he and wife Mari enjoyed their frequent travels to all but one continent.
An unabiding love for mountains and skiing drew Garth Willis, American citizen, to Kyrgyzstan 13 years ago to explore the rugged terrain of the former Soviet Union.
Auden wants nothing less than to make it possible for that reader to enjoy swinging out into what Caliban calls the "unabiding void" and have that wonderfully, successful Romantic experience of hearing the "sounded note." While an aesthetic experience, this is not merely aesthetic.
It tells us, however, everything, in its expression of Jewel's frantic desire for seclusion with Addie on top of the Bundren mountain and his unabiding hatred for his siblings--mad especially Cash, who Jewel well knows is his only real rival for Addie's love: It's because he stays out there, right under the window, hammering and sawing on that goddamn box.
Therefore, while the freedom of the individual to pursue self-enlightenment is imperative, ultimate freedom is reflected in the enlightened individual's unabiding concern for the plight of others.