Definitions

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  • adjective Not coming to an end.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ ending

Examples

  • They call her every name allowable on the ticker in the book,, and state over and over they are tired of the nonending coverage of her.

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  • And, of course, it provided a nonending expansion path of exploration.

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  • Kathy and I used to go to the ballet on Super Bowl Sunday, as a kind of protest against the month of nonending hype.

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  • Kathy and I used to go to the ballet on Super Bowl Sunday, as a kind of protest against the month of nonending hype.

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  • The nonending creation of debt in the United States may prove a bitter pill to swallow by the rest of the world and may end up in stagflation by 2009.

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  • One day was little different from another as they traveled across a rolling prairie that seemed nonending.

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  • One day was little different from another as they traveled across a rolling prairie that seemed nonending.

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  • But why do we have to limit our measurements to the immediate scale of revenue and cost, think long run as the positive effect will go on for quite nonending period.

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  • I'm really worried about this nonending headache she's had.

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  • As for his nonending, Wood rides to the rescue with a brilliant Guantanamo Bay-inspired bit that brings new meaning to "Dancing in the Dark."

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