: having or seeming to have no end : endless
Keeping the house clean is a never-ending chore.
the never-ending fight against poverty

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Recent Examples on the Web Of course, there’s the never-ending confidence, the swagger that remains unchanged regardless of his individual performance, that helps lift up the dressing room. Jordan McPherson, Miami Herald, 7 June 2024 More harmony Save for their successive seasons losing in the first round of the play-in tournament in 2020 and 2021, the Hornets appear to be in a never-ending rebuild without a definitive direction. Roderick Boone, Charlotte Observer, 5 June 2024 Many critics point to the never-ending quest for self-love as one of the main driving factors that make people reluctant to start a family. Eva Roytburg, Fortune, 4 June 2024 Due to fear of backlash and never-ending pasquinades, and in recognition of the sculpture’s popular status (a descriptor derived from the Latin word populus, or the people), officials decided Pasquino was meant to stay in the piazza. Elizabeth Djinis, Smithsonian Magazine, 31 May 2024 See all Example Sentences for never-ending 

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“Never-ending.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 16 Jun. 2024.

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