- adj. Not abating; ongoing, continuing.
- un- + abating (Wiktionary)
“Still, however, with pain unabating he saw the eager approach to her of”
“The night was closing in, the Chief at home, and presumably anxious, the rain unabating.”
“So begins her unabating search for a place to belong and for the raw materials with which to create a home and family of her own.”
“The readings reflect unabating price pressures as rising prosperity and high government spending stoke demand in the economy, firming expectations of continued monetary tightening to control prices.”
“Republican pundits and politicians have learned how to capitalize on Americans 'deep, unabating desire to protect themselves and their families from some form of "violation.”
“NEW DELHI -- India's factory output growth decelerated sharply in September, the slowest pace in two years, as high interest rates and unabating economic troubles in Europe weighed on industrial activity, raising the odds that the central bank may put its monetary policy on hold after a significant tightening since early last year.”
“The rupee has weakened about 17% against the U.S. dollar since April as investors repatriate funds to the safety of the greenback amid unabating economic troubles in the euro zone that could drag growth in other economies.”
“The production is quite preposterous at times, yet there's an unabating intensity to Lloyd's orgiastic slew of voyeurism, necrophilia and high camp that does seem genuinely Wilde at heart.”
“If it's unabating, people start to believe that problem may lie with the criticizer (i.e., chip on the shoulder; sore loser; racist, etc.) and not with the one being critiqued.”
“It is steady and unabating -- declining by billions each month -- and appears to have become the new economy.”
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