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  • adj. Not still; changing or in motion.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Not still; restless.


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un- +‎ still


  • How black shimmers in a wing, why crickets remember light in their shrill purr, how unstill is any given leaf, how many words there aren't for the idea of green.

    Rebecca Campbell and Nicole Walker: Silvana Straw Brings her Everything to 7 Rings

  • Many long years had passed since his Tests in the Tower of High Sorcery at Wayreth, many since he'd walked the winding paths through the unstill forest and found the gates to the Tower.

    Dalamar the Dark

  • Ezra Pound, aged eighty-seven, died in the night of November 1, 1972, released at last from a long, agitated silence ( 'but the mind as Ixion, unstill, ever turning').

    Ezra Pound

  • What strikes is how often the same issues matter: setting, pose, expression, clothes; and how much still and unstill portraits have in common.

    The Guardian World News


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