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unfading

Line breaks: un|fad¦ing
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈfeɪdɪŋ
 
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Definition of unfading in English:

adjective

Not losing brightness, vitality, or strength: then, with smile unfading, he handed the envelope to Lewis
More example sentences
  • If this happens, Bulgaria will become a country in which expectations are based on what has been achieved rather than on unfading faith in miracles.
  • A load which we must carry with unfading courage and hope.
  • What's a failed legal procedure, anyway, to people long hardened by unfading scars from the Cultural Revolution?

Derivatives

unfadingly

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adverb
Example sentences
  • He has since lived unfadingly in the memory of Soviet as well as Chinese people of the revolutionary times.
  • Here are to be seen a beautiful display of those ‘old-fashioned flowers’ and herbs which flourish unfadingly in the words of Ophelia and of Perdita.
  • Over the last forty years, the free jazz legend seems to have been unfadingly present in diverse, exiting constellations, as well as a soloist.

Words that rhyme with unfading

arcading, grading, lading, shading, upbraiding

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