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unfailing

adjective un·fail·ing \ˌən-ˈfā-liŋ\

: never changing or becoming weaker even in difficult times

: always providing enough of what is needed

Full Definition of UNFAILING

:  not failing or liable to fail:
a :  constant, unflagging <unfailing courtesy>
b :  everlasting, inexhaustible <a subject of unfailing interest>
c :  infallible, sure <an unfailing test>
un·fail·ing·ly \-liŋ-lē\ adverb

Examples of UNFAILING

  1. She is known for her unfailing optimism.
  2. <an unfailing judge of personal character>

First Known Use of UNFAILING

14th century

Rhymes with UNFAILING

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