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- adj. persistent, constant or changeless
- adj. lacking variety; having a uniform character
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not altering; not liable to change; uniform; unchanging.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking variety
- adj. unvarying in nature
- adj. always the same; showing a single form or character in all occurrences
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Generally, taking a pill means that you get the precise dosage, in unvarying quality of a known compound.
In studying the oldest dictionaries, Weekley found that the dictionary-making animal has certain unvarying peculiarities.
Again, is it true that the fixed or the unvarying is the last revelation of science?
She may have recalled his unvarying tenderness, his unceasing admiration; she may have recollected those impassioned accents that thrilled her heart, those glances of rapturous affection that fixed her eye with fascination.
I said "unvarying" but gradually, as my eagerness to go to Delectica increased, I found it impossible to concentrate on my work because all I could think about was my doughnut and coffee, and so I started having my elevenses earlier and earlier until I ended up skipping breakfast and having my elevenses at nine.
"unvarying" punishment for fornicating daughters or sisters, it adds.
He is stating what he takes to be an unvarying truth, not making a utopian prediction.
Yet as unvarying as her days are, she is unknowable, even to her husband, Arthur Bender.
The unvarying response is simply a reaffirmation of the conviction that the surge plan is necessary.
Youâre suggesting that supposed âIQâ tests actually measure some mysterious something innate (and immutable, that is to say, unvarying).