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  • adj. which shifts frequently, and, presumably, will continue to do so forever

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Examples

  • He decided that in the evershifting world of new product development, an independent fab would possess the flexibility to shift its output from a languishing to a flourishing sector, minimizing impact on capacity utilization.

    The Emerging Markets Century

  • Gus, send Live Wire Luiz down to Guaymas and have him incorporate the North and South American Steamship Company there, under the extremely flexible and evershifting laws of the Republic of

    Cappy Ricks Retires

  • With the standard domestic amenities always in question (they lived, for a time, without running water) and an evershifting menagerie of animals invading their space (cats, mice, raccoons, etc.), these one-time society stalwarts are now viewed as lamentable lunatics, adrift in an unhealthy home and an even more damaging familial dynamic.

    PopMatters

  • Our lives are dynamic and evershifting; what was once reliable is now not.

    Thousand Oaks Acorn

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