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- adv. Without end; eternally; in an unending manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without end; eternally.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with unflagging resolve
The debate lays bare just how unendingly difficult it is for a "people who mean to be their own Governors" to actually do so.
The company as parent died, but the family endures; the siblings continue to forge meaningful connections with each other all over the world -- finding creative ways, as families do, to project themselves unendingly into the future.
As a result, she, who had lived in the bush all her days and never so much as set foot in a canoe, rocked and rolled unendingly over the broad ocean in a perpetual nightmare of fear.
He describes how he and his co-workers at the Grameen Bank have been unendingly experimental in developing and refining those methods.
I fully expect the Romney campaign to be unendingly dirty and dishonest for the next four days, because they are desperate,'' said Mr. Gingrich at Bobby's Bar-B-Q in Warrenville, S.C.
During his run on the show from 1968 to 1972, Sues was noted for playing loud, flamboyant and clownish characters, including Big Al, an effeminate sportscaster obsessed with ringing a bell, and Uncle Al the Kiddies' Pal, an unendingly drunk children's entertainer.
What's most shocking about this picture is how unendingly dull and pointless it is.
Benton, an unendingly gracious, consummate Southern gentleman, says he refused to self-identify as a "foodie" for years, despite his wife Sharon's insistence that he was exactly that.
Like the one where CK makes a first date so unendingly awkward that the subject of his nervous smile runs from him and jumps into a nearby helicopter which flies her away.
A family farm like his may not be able to adapt quickly enough to such unendingly volatile weather.
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