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unchanging

Line breaks: un|chan¦ging
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈtʃeɪn(d)ʒɪŋ
 
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Definition of unchanging in English:

adjective

Not changing; remaining the same: the party stood for unchanging principles
More example sentences
  • She has remained still, unchanging, as change has swept through the world around her.
  • Just as the beauty of movie stars cannot last very long, the standards of outward beauty have never remained unchanging.
  • Such patriotism was remarkably sustained, though not unchanging, continuing through to the end of the war.
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unchangingly

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adverb
Example sentences
  • God may unchangingly bring about historical changes.
  • In narratives by English writers from the time of Margery Kempe, the litany of discomfort, hazard, and mortal peril echoes almost unchangingly down the centuries, muting fainter sounds of pleasure.
  • In this context, there have been few studies of the Paris region, since urban and economic geographers have been reluctant to analyze a metropolis that has been described as unchangingly monocentric.

Words that rhyme with unchanging

unchallenging

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