Definition of ever-shifting in English:


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Constantly changing, especially in an unpredictable way: a kaleidoscopic vision of an ever-shifting landscape
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  • Various media keep us in touch not only with the fate of the notorious and celebrated, but also with the ever-shifting ideas and fashions that form the currency for social discourse.
  • Is the system getting more and more convoluted as the board tries to figure out what ever-shifting community standards are in this day and age?
  • The story that emerges is one of a contested and ever-shifting landscape that advanced, receded, and adjusted in relation to patterns of colonial settlement and incorporation.

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