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unceasing

adjective un·ceas·ing \-ˈsē-siŋ\

: never stopping : not ceasing

Full Definition of UNCEASING

:  never ceasing :  continuous, incessant <unceasing efforts> <unceasing vigilance>
un·ceas·ing·ly \-siŋ-lē\ adverb

Examples of UNCEASING

  1. <this unceasing rain will turn me into a mushroom!>

First Known Use of UNCEASING

14th century

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