- adj. marked by continuous change or effective action
“Sebastian Stan, a Stagedoor alumnus who made his Broadway debut in a 2007 production of Talk Radio, likens the cafeteria here to a minefield, referring to the ever-changing seating chart as “high-powered drama.””
“Revealing a unique structure of shadows within its fluffy tufts it is an invitation to sit back and gaze into the landscape of ever-changing patterns.”
“Lives do carry on, and carry us along with them, but each new season of Mad Men gives us a fresh start with which to look at these characters and their ever-changing world as it hurtles into a turbulent future.”
“To balance the conflicting priorities of an ever-changing world and multiple stake holders, a leader needs to be anchored in purpose.”
“His complex choreography has proven so tortured that it has sparked a cottage industry to invent new terms for his ever-changing positions:”
“The play of light throughout the house became an ever-changing pleasure.”
“The token is an essential piece of security, acting as an ever-changing password that flashes a series of six digits that should be virtually impossible to duplicate.”
“The Philadelphia avant-indie-pop group, fronted by Ben Daniels and an otherwise ever-changing roster, tour in support of their newest release, "Autumn, Again.”
“A difficult, ever-changing balance has to be maintained between individual rights and collective responsibility.”
“Instead, you'll get an ever-changing lineup of American microbrews and Belgian standouts.”
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