Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of unshift.

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Examples

  • The game played by human rights organizations of what I have sometimes called “serial absolutism” is a special case in game theory of serially “moving the goalposts,” which in turn is a special case of serial insincere promising these are the absolute, unshifting standards, we really, really promise this time!

    The Volokh Conspiracy » A Follow-on Drone Hearing

  • He stares through unshifting, dust-speckled air and sees beams of rough-hewn wood.

    GIRL BY THE ROAD AT NIGHT

  • He stares through unshifting, dust-speckled air and sees beams of rough-hewn wood.

    GIRL BY THE ROAD AT NIGHT

  • He stares through unshifting, dust-speckled air and sees beams of rough-hewn wood.

    GIRL BY THE ROAD AT NIGHT

  • Fundamentalists are those with unshifting world-views.

    So Sue Me - The Panda's Thumb

  • Out from their shining spherical surfaces darted rays of the same pale gold, rigid, unshifting, with the same suggestion of frozen stillness.

    The Metal Monster

  • He led them, over blessedly unshifting rock, for what seemed to McCoy an interminably long time, until he brought them to the door of one of the buildings.

    Demons

  • He led them, over blessedly unshifting rock, for what seemed to McCoy an interminably long time, until he brought them to the door of one of the buildings.

    Demons

  • The fun in this life, the good jobs, the rich husbands, were not a matter of merit and hard work, but were a matter of brute, unshifting biology.

    Tears Of The Giraffe

  • He led them, over blessedly unshifting rock, for what seemed to McCoy an interminably long time, until he brought them to the door of one of the buildings.

    Demons

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