Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not altering; not liable to change; uniform; unchanging.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective persistent, constant or changeless
  • adjective lacking variety; having a uniform character

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

  • adjective lacking variety
  • adjective unvarying in nature
  • adjective always the same; showing a single form or character in all occurrences

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Examples

  • Generally, taking a pill means that you get the precise dosage, in unvarying quality of a known compound.

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  • Generally, taking a pill means that you get the precise dosage, in unvarying quality of a known compound.

    9-year-old child Given Marijuana for Medical Reasons

  • In studying the oldest dictionaries, Weekley found that the dictionary-making animal has certain unvarying peculiarities.

    A Taxonomy of Knowledge

  • In studying the oldest dictionaries, Weekley found that the dictionary-making animal has certain unvarying peculiarities.

    A Taxonomy of Knowledge

  • Again, is it true that the fixed or the unvarying is the last revelation of science?

    The Secret Beyond 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.

    Henrietta Temple A Love Story

  • 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.

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  • "unvarying" punishment for fornicating daughters or sisters, it adds.

    The Two Malcontents

  • He is stating what he takes to be an unvarying truth, not making a utopian prediction.

    Letters: Tons and tonnes

  • Yet as unvarying as her days are, she is unknowable, even to her husband, Arthur Bender.

    Janet Byrne: Nicole Krauss's 'Great House' Reviewed

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