Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Without end; eternally.

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  • adverb Without end; eternally; in an unending manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb with unflagging resolve

Etymologies

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unending +‎ -ly

Examples

  • 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.

    Laugh-In's Alan Sues Dies at 85

  • What's most shocking about this picture is how unendingly dull and pointless it is.

    Scott Mendelson: HuffPost Review: My Soul to Take (2010)

  • 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.

    Helen Davey: Pan Am: A Dream Takes Flight (Part IV)

  • 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.

    GOP Rivals Trade Blows in South Carolina

  • 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.

    CHAPTER IV

  • 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.

    Helen Davey: Pan Am: A Dream Takes Flight (Part IV)

  • 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.

    Helen Davey: Pan Am: A Dream Takes Flight (Part IV)

  • The debate lays bare just how unendingly difficult it is for a "people who mean to be their own Governors" to actually do so.

    Brec Cooke: Washington Post, New York Times Fail on FOIA

  • 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.

    Helen Davey: Pan Am: A Dream Takes Flight (Part IV)

  • He describes how he and his co-workers at the Grameen Bank have been unendingly experimental in developing and refining those methods.

    Feynman's Question, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

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