- adj. That does not consume.
- un- + consuming (Wiktionary)
“Just how much are Americans unconsuming these days?”
“Fear... cold and absolute... choked him, knotting his throat in an unconsuming ball, this is existential horror at it's best!”
“Here, in the fore-ground of a vista, stretching an immeasurable length between mountains, ignited from their bases to their lofty summits, with many-colored flame, a chaotic mass rose in dark majesty, which gradually assumed form until it stood, the interior of a vast temple of gorgeous architecture, bright as molten brass, seemingly composed of unconsuming and unquenchable fire. (qtd Altick 123)”
“For if he failed again, the flames would be for ever and unconsuming.”
“It was as if they stood at the window of some elven-tower, curtained with threaded jewels of silver and gold, and ruby, sapphire and amethyst, all kindled with an unconsuming fire.”
“It was a wand whose tip burned with an unconsuming fire, which glowed and twinkled and blazed like some star sent down by the Gods from their own place in the high heaven.”
“The love that has lain latent within her bosom, or burned with friendship's unconsuming flame, awakes like smoldering embers fanned by desert winds and fed with camphor wood, enveloping all her world.”
“And rest where thy clear spirit burns with unconsuming flame.”
“If there be a real presence in a pillar of cloud, in an unconsuming flame, or in a still small voice, it is no sin to bow down before these.”
“He spake with Abraham when the burning lamp passed between the sacrifices, and with Moses at the unconsuming bush in”
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