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nonending

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adjective non·end·ing \ˌnän-ˈen-diŋ\

Definition of nonending

  1. :  never ending :  endless, unending a seemingly nonending task

1834

First Known Use of nonending

1834


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nonending

noun non·end·ing

Definition of nonending

  1. :  an incomplete or inadequate ending … made her prime-time debut on Girlfriends, which ran for nearly nine seasons before an unceremonious nonending in 2008. — Regina R. Robertson Once, people probably broke up maturely, in conversations inarguably final in tone. Now we have ragged nonendings. — Phoebe Luckhurst

Circa 1886

First Known Use of nonending

circa 1886


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