unchanging

adjective
un·​chang·​ing | \ ˌən-ˈchān-jiŋ How to pronounce unchanging (audio) \

Definition of unchanging

: constant, invariable unchanging beliefs

Other Words from unchanging

unchangingly \ ˌən-​ˈchān-​jiŋ-​lē How to pronounce unchanging (audio) \ adverb
unchangingness noun

Examples of unchanging in a Sentence

took comfort in unchanging family traditions wore an unchanging expression of boredom throughout the entire lecture
Recent Examples on the Web That must have been painful, the rejection of who you are based on your race — a social construct but equally entirely unchanging. refinery29.com, 12 May 2022 For two years, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been one unchanging, consistent message from public health officials: Testing is vital. Anchorage Daily News, 4 Mar. 2022 And now as Allgeier is on the precipice of an NFL career, going through Pro Day today, his unchanging personality is what people closest to him call his best trait for what comes next. Kevin Reynolds, The Salt Lake Tribune, 25 Mar. 2022 The video backdrops are equally stark, the action taking place squarely on a black-and-white playing field with the characters clothed in unchanging black-and-white suits. Maureen Lee Lenker, EW.com, 10 Mar. 2022 In the meantime, our bigger picture remains both clear and unchanging. Daniel Engber, The Atlantic, 10 Feb. 2022 The study team’s conclusion was that T. rex was not a single, unchanging dinosaur but may have had two equally terrifying sibling species. Katie Hunt, CNN, 28 Feb. 2022 The story can seem old because the situation is unchanging. Nate Atkins, The Indianapolis Star, 17 Nov. 2021 Young said today putting Ten Commandments displays in public schools would help teach children that there are unchanging principles of right and wrong. Mike Cason | Mcason@al.com, al, 2 Feb. 2022 See More

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First Known Use of unchanging

1587, in the meaning defined above

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22 Jun 2022

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“Unchanging.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unchanging. Accessed 3 Jul. 2022.

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unchanging

adjective
un·​chang·​ing | \ ˌən-ˈchān-jiŋ How to pronounce unchanging (audio) \

Kids Definition of unchanging

: not changing or able to change an unchanging pattern of lights

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