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Remaining the same; showing or undergoing no change: unchanging weather patterns; unchanging friendliness.

un·chang′ing·ly adv.
un·chang′ing·ness n.
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without changing; in an unchanging manner
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The kindhearted countess was the more vexed with Sonya because that poor, dark-eyed niece of hers was so meek, so kind, so devotedly grateful to her benefactors, and so faithfully, unchangingly, and unselfishly in love with Nicholas, that there were no grounds for finding fault with her.
Then the solitary light would burn unchangingly, until it burned pale before the dawn, and at last died under the breath of Mrs Affery, as her shadow descended on it from the witch-region of sleep.
I've always felt that I needed to come to this decision as soon as possible, but due to the kind hearts of those who cheer me on unchangingly as well as my label's staff despite my faults, I was not able to summon the courage, and I also felt I was not in a situation where I could decide blindly on my own.
If a patient is experiencing distress because of an irreconcilable conflict that is the underlying basis of their disease, a doctor does no service by facilitating their unchangingly living through it longer, particularly if it means their quality of life suffers.
However, by maintaining that God or Nature is unchangingly eternal, Spinoza implies that the Almighty must be at a standstill, and thus, what we take to be the continuity or flow of life must be stationary too, which our senses could never affirm.
The complaint said crimes against humanity were being committed 'repeatedly, unchangingly and continuously,' and killing drug suspects and other criminals had become 'best practice' in the country.
Sabio accused Duterte of involvement in murders that "repeatedly, unchangingly and continuously" occur in the Philippines, including those committed by the alleged Davao Death Squad during his term as mayor and during his on-going anti-drug campaign as president.
O'Brien was a hugely popular figure, on both sides of the Irish Sea, thanks to his unchangingly cheerful and courteous demeanour.
There are other instances of the book designed in unusual ways among Iranian Language poetry that deviate from the fixed notion of the unchangingly orderly and organized book in its general and conventional sense.
Duterte has been "repeatedly, unchangingly and continuously" committing extrajudicial executions through the Davao Death Squad since 1988 (when he was mayor of Davao City) and to the present when Duterte became president in July, said Sabio.
Attorney Jude Sabio said in the 77-page complaint that Duterte "repeatedly, unchangingly and continuously" committed crimes against humanity and that under him, killing drug suspects and other criminals has become "best practice."
Does Jesse go from being bad to being good, or is he generally unchangingly restless and bad overall?