Definition of never-ending in English:

never-ending

Syllabification: nev·er-end·ing

adjective

(Especially of something unpleasant) having or seeming to have no end.
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  • It would seem there would be nothing left to do, unless there was a never-ending series of purposes to fulfil.
  • After what seemed a never-ending series of steps, they finally reached the fourth floor.
  • For example, the idea of a road or a river is a symbol of a never-ending or everlasting journey.
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