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never-failing

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Definition of never-failing in English:

adjective

Reliable and constant: her never-failing loyalty a never-failing supply
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  • The festival that started out to celebrate the creativity of independent film artists has become a never-failing source of irony - one of the world's most important film markets and, willy-nilly, the midwife of new Hollywood trends.
  • The innocent eccentricity of his conduct and manners was a never-failing source of discussion and entertainment to his contemporaries.
  • Thanks must also go to my husband Simon for his never-failing support, and to my son Alexander who very kindly delayed his arrival until after I had finished a draft of the manuscript.

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Word of the day orthoepy
Pronunciation: ˈɔːθəʊɛpi
noun
the correct or accepted pronunciation of words