Examples of unbroken in a Sentence
an unbroken row of trees
eight hours of unbroken sleep
The band has had an unbroken string of hits.
The Olympic record he set is still unbroken.
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Thigh-deep unbroken lines linger in full view of busy chairlifts into mid-afternoon, something that simply never happens at home.
In this story, slavery is marginal, black people are incidental, the Confederacy is tragic, and American history is an unbroken line of progress populated by heroes, saints, and demigods.
That record of selecting at least one or more individuals developed by the club's own youth setup has now remained unbroken for exactly 80 years, with the very first game of the unprecedented run recorded on 30th October 1937.
In cases of hematohidrosis, blood seeps out of unbroken skin, just as sweat normally does.
French baroque opera demands clear musical articulation of text; Haymarket’s singers, hobbled by the pacing, did little declamation, and every emotion—lamenting, raging, or rejoicing—was smoothed into one unbroken line.
An armada of air and naval forces should support these ground troops, providing an unbroken chain of support that can deliver millions of pounds of supplies, week after week, for as long as necessary.
The song could potentially still break that record with a 17th week -- but with Swift coming out of the gates this week, there's a chance that record may remain unbroken.
It isn’t actually one long wall Built by a series of governments over 2,000 years, the wall isn’t one long, unbroken stretch of fearsome architecture.
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First Known Use of unbroken
Synonymsceaseless, continual, continued, continuing, incessant, nonstop, perpetual, running, continuous, unceasing, uninterrupted, unremitting
Related Wordsdateless, deathless, endless, eternal, everlasting, immortal, interminable, permanent, undying, unending; changeless, constant, stable, steady, unchanging, unvarying; durable, enduring, lasting, persistent; imperishable, indestructible
Near Antonymsintermittent, periodic, periodical, recurrent, recurring; alternate, alternating, cyclic (or cyclical), rhythmic (or rhythmical), seasonal, serial; erratic, fitful, irregular, occasional, spasmodic, sporadic, spotty, unsteady
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