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Retaining color, freshness, value, or usefulness.

un·fad′ing·ly adv.
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in an unfading manner
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My friends, this man understands the miracle of America, and he has throughout his career without hesitation always unfadingly been willing to take a stand on behalf of what I like to call the miracle of America.
Memory records the scene, the poem goes on to suggest, much the way a painter seeks to "fix the exact point" of his observation "to some cool attitude of truth" in an image that remains "unfadingly engraved/ In the scan of his mind's eye, year after year." Needless to say, the poem itself constitutes just such a bid to preserve the moment.
Her spiky auburn mane is as untamed as ever, her complexion a silky caramel, those filly legs unfadingly stunning.