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ever-changing Line breaks: ever-changing

Definition of ever-changing in English:

adjective

Constantly changing or developing: the key is adapting to the ever-changing conditions ever-changing technology
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  • At times almost dream-like, the park has the quality of a complex, ever-changing stage set for the daily dramas of urban life.
  • Each episode features an ever-changing grouping of the main characters in pairs or threes.
  • Generations of modern artists have now addressed this volatile, ever-changing subject.

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