Definition of undying in English:

undying

Line breaks: un|dying
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈdʌɪɪŋ
 
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adjective

(Especially of an emotion) lasting forever: promises of undying love
More example sentences
  • Didn't I promise love and undying devotion from me if you reviewed?
  • You will either love them with an undying passion or hate them with an unwavering vengeance.
  • Deeply felt emotions, especially declarations of undying love, are left unexpressed.
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undyingly

adverb
More example sentences
  • She loved Kieran undyingly, but her vows hung over her head, reminding her of her ever-present duty.
  • His parents offer no support and now the person who he thought cared for him undyingly tells him that he may be falling out of love with him.
  • He was undyingly faithful to the Count and enjoyed my pain in those two years.

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