Examples of unceasing in a Sentence
this unceasing rain will turn me into a mushroom!
Recent Examples of unceasing from the Web
Hopes for a bipartisan immigration bill have fallen apart under an unceasing assault by GOP leaders, leaving moderate Republicans like Central Valley Rep. Jeff Denham scrambling to save something for their heavily Latino districts.
Donald Trump has betrayed many of his 2016 voters substantively, while paying unceasing tribute to them, rhetorically.
That and the backbreaking, unceasing nature of farm work — the rituals of the rural year from planting seeds to milking cows and harvesting wheat.
And, as always, there remains the unceasing optimism of arguably the most upbeat presence in the locker room.
In bringing to light a wide range of inappropriate behaviors in an unceasing wave over a period of several months, women have apparently gone too far.
Their reckless, opportunistic, unceasing attacks on government revenues since 2000 have only been matched by the staggering spending excesses under Bush and Trump.
Trump’s unceasing courtship of controversy continues unabated, and he, too, has paid a steep price with some of the most abysmal early presidential poll numbers ever.
Nothing is ever actually published anymore; news oozes out into an unceasing slurry of reaction, analysis, and babble.
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UNCEASING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unceasing for English Language Learners
: never stopping : not ceasing
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