Definition of never-changing in English:


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That never changes; remaining the same: a never-changing loop of cause and effect
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  • He had been executive producer for well over a decade and was largely responsible for the show's never-changing image.
  • Those fictional works are static, never-changing, and the experience is passive rather than active.
  • It's no accident that the whole song is built around a never-changing vocal loop that all the chords and lines work with, but when everything starts to get blended together at the end, there's really a near-infinity of other lines you could put on top.

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cause (someone) to lose confidence or hope