unendingly


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un·end·ing

 (ŭn-ĕn′dĭng)
adj.
Being or seeming to be without an end or limit; boundless.

un·end′ing·ly adv.

unendingly

(ʌnˈɛndɪŋlɪ)
adv
in an unending manner
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unendingly - with unflagging resolveunendingly - with unflagging resolve; "dance inspires him ceaselessly to strive higher and higher toward the shining pinnacle of perfection that is the goal of every artiste"
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As a result, she, who had lived in the bush all her days and never so much as set foot in a canoe, rocked and rolled unendingly over the broad ocean in a perpetual nightmare of fear.
Last week, Suwon city government scrapped its plan to establish a literary park to commemorate the veteran poet, whose name has unendingly surfaced as a candidate for the Nobel Prize in Literature since 2000.
This idiom is used to describe a situation in which one party unendingly pursues another.
As FilmInk's Michael Winsall contends, merely showing the horrors of something--contrary to Gomez's pronouncement--does not equate to commentary: 'Criticism is not generated if the setting is one where we expect these sorts of things to generally happen; school is a rough place, and teenagers can be unendingly cruel.
Would that be the court he refers to as kangaroo or the judiciary he belittled or the Muslim minority he has threated unendingly.
Composed in 1967 and based on Anton Chekov's play of the same name, it tells the tale of the widow, Mme Popova, unendingly mourning the death of her husband until the arrival of the rough-hewn yet charismatic land agent, Smirnov ('the bear' of the title) demanding payment of debts.
The truth of the matter is that, when someone touches your heart in such a powerful way they will perpetually and unendingly always be there.
27) This third aspect represents the fulcrum along which affect unendingly oscillates between the politically public, or the collective, and the politically private, or the subjective.
He misses no opportunity to shed tears on the plight of Dalits in the country; he speaks unendingly on how Dalits had been used as pawns by several political parties; he unleashes a string of promises to usher in an era of unprecedented development for them.
Manning said in a statement: "I am unendingly relieved that the military is finally doing the right thing.
However, in modern usage, a Harpy is defined as someone either extremely ill-tempered and unpleasant or unendingly greedy and grasping--or in the worst cases, a composite of all of these attributes.
We can grill them unendingly for the low learning outcomes in students but we do not stop to think about imparting quality training to them.