- unchanging + -ness (Wiktionary)
“In the last moments of his dying coma he was locked in a statis field which keeps him in a state of perpetual unchangingness.”
“So it was that Hind and not Abu Simbel came to be thought of by Jahilians as the embodiment of the city, its living avatar, because they found in her physical unchangingness and in the unflinching resolve of her proclamations a description of themselves far more palatable than the picture they saw in the mirror of Simbel's crumbling face.”
“You have to travel through it, the unchangingness, day after day.”
“From that unchangingness, change had to emerge, and from that self-cloistered Life its derivative, this which breathes and stirs, the respiration of the still life of the divine.”
“There was a feeling of unchangingness about the wonderfully holding summer weather, and the general lazy routine, that was as delightful as it was illusive.”
“She was the noblest creature that they knew; her beauty, her great unswerving love, her truth, were things bearing to their child eyes the unchangingness of God's stars in heaven.”
“If you desire to be firm, you must draw your firmness from the unchangingness of that divine nature which you grasp.”
“It took rapid and yet critical note of him, with a look that Faith knew through its unchangingness, scanned, judged, and passed sentence.”
“Though created, the "heaven of heavens" participates in God's eternal nature by its unchangingness”
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