Definition of unending in English:

unending

Line breaks: un|end¦ing
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈɛndɪŋ
 
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adjective

1Having or seeming to have no end: the charity rescues children from unending poverty
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  • What thrills them is the vast unending future full of unwon matches and unclaimed trophies.
  • AJ fell asleep slowly, her head still full of the unending circle of thoughts.
  • And it's seemingly unending, like the infinitely repeated punishments of hell.
1.1Countless or continual: unending demands
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  • North Korea has faced more than a decade of unending demands from Washington over its so-called weapons of mass destruction.
  • Once again a long struggle is promised, and an unending national mobilization demanded.
  • Expansion and roll out takes longer, however, and a continually evolving portal is an unending process.
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unendingly

adverb
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  • Some have been forced to sell their homes, while others have experienced substantial financial difficulties which stretch ahead unendingly.
  • The banter continued unabated even as the songs flowed unendingly.
  • As a result, I spent six years being unendingly tormented and bullied.

unendingness

noun
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  • They rarely get the unendingness of it, the absolute marathon of endless and varying needs, demands, wants and crises - most of them legitimate human needs.
  • But I don't think that lack of understanding is a bad thing when it comes to God and his unendingness.
  • Partly I think it's the unendingness of blogs.

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