Definition of changeless in English:

changeless

Syllabification: change·less
Pronunciation: /ˈCHānjlis
 
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adjective

Remaining the same.
More example sentences
  • The church stands like a rock for truth that is changeless.
  • But the changeless spiritual truth is this: God is absolute goodness.
  • Certain non-Buddhists who accept rebirth accept the transitory nature of mind and body, but they believe in a self that is permanent, changeless and unitary.
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changelessly

adverb
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  • The temperature of the atmosphere never varies from the median, and the flat, barren ground is so changelessly smooth that he is precluded from any need for bodily protection.
  • Twelve hours of changelessly flat scenery bring travellers from Hamburg to Frederikshaven, where we embark upon the Little Belt, the luggage-vans of the train being shunted on board the steamer.
  • The theory originated in 1834 when Scotsman John Scott Russell watched a rounded wave of water roll changelessly along several miles of the Edinburgh canal.

changelessness

noun
More example sentences
  • And yet for those five days in May cricket offered a vision of continuity and changelessness.
  • Thoreau's ideal of this place, its purity and changelessness, contrasted with and to some extent contested his contemporaries' exploitation of the pond and woods as natural resources.
  • ‘The great beauty of going to this monastery is that it admits you to a state of total changelessness,’ he enthuses.

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