Definition of never-dying in English:

never-dying

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adjective

Living or lasting forever: the never-dying tensions between young and old their never-dying enthusiasm
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  • If you must trifle anywhere, let it be about some secondary matter: your health, if you will, or the title deeds of your estate; but about your soul, your never-dying soul and its eternal destinies, I beseech you to be in earnest.
  • A budding singer recently turned an unpleasant situation into an impressive one with her talent and her never-dying attitude of standing up for herself.
  • One persistent thought expressed in the book is the author's never-dying fear of inflation.

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