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  • adv. In a neverending manner; endlessly.


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neverending +‎ -ly


  • And not just for the obvious reason; what makes it particularly galling is that this latest violence against the Constitution is brought to us not only with the consent of but by the authorship of a group of people who have spent the last eight years dreaming up any number of bogus theories for why the last President violated the Constitution and bleating neverendingly about it.

    What Hillary Clinton said about Bill that got a big laugh: "I am so grateful to him for a lifetime of, uh...all kinds of experiences."

  • Amidst all the blatant theatrics - the exaggeratedly expressive shows on North Korean TV, the neverendingly enormous meals meant to dispell rumours of a national food shortage, and the rows of groomed farmland that seemed arid and brown and were located on steep hills, though TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • If you see one of these patients, in a daze, looking around the room with blank eyes as they neverendingly fuss with their clothing and sheets, you will not forget it.

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  • She was perfect, my ideal, my clumsy sweet little girl with the thin waist, but the little belly that stuck out, with the bubble of an ass that was designed for my hand and the cunt that was so tight, so neverendingly wet, so ludicrously tasty.



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