undying

adjective
un·​dy·​ing | \ ˌən-ˈdī-iŋ How to pronounce undying (audio) \

Definition of undying

: not dying : immortal, perpetual

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Examples of undying in a Sentence

He swore his undying devotion to her. his undying devotion to his terminally ill wife is truly inspiring
Recent Examples on the Web The undying appeal of a crime watch on your phone The Citizen app helps satisfy Alex Kehr’s curiosity. Hanna Kozlowska, Quartz, "Are neighborhood watch apps making us safer?," 29 Oct. 2019 That, in itself, deserved the undying gratitude of Padres fans. San Diego Union-Tribune, "Who are most impactful people in Padres history that didn’t play for team?," 23 June 2019 His undying passion for good food and the stories behind it led him to start his own blog, which eventually blew up into Serious Eats. Valentina Palladino And Jeff Dunn, Ars Technica, "Guidemaster: Ars picks 11 gifts you can get Dad for Father’s Day 2019," 11 June 2019 This does shows the undying hypocrisy of the Democrats. Fox News, "President Trump talks Kavanaugh controversy, Russia probe," 20 Sep. 2018 To announce the performance, host Kelly Clarkson first put on a pair of pink headphones to block out the undying screams from the crowd. Nicole Sands, PEOPLE.com, "BTS Brings Screaming Fans to Tears as They Debut New Single 'Fake Love' at Billboard Music Awards," 20 May 2018 Excited shrieks from fans were near-deafening as all seven BTS members took to the stage to accept, with a sincere speech thanking fans around the globe for their undying support -- both in English and Korean. Tatiana Cirisano, Billboard, "BTS Wins Top Social Artist Award at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards," 20 May 2018 Her undying dedication to this school and town shows her outstanding character and loyalty to the teachers and students of Natchaug School. courant.com, "Muriel Arlene Hinckley," 11 Apr. 2018 While there are flashes of brilliance to be found in the language (Williams at his worst can still put words together with an undying lyricism), director Austin Pendleton fails to bring any sense of coherence or vision to this work. Theodore P. Mahne, NOLA.com, "Southern Rep's bill of lesser Tennessee Williams holds limited appeal," 27 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of undying

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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undying

adjective
How to pronounce undying (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of undying

: lasting forever : never ending

undying

adjective
un·​dy·​ing | \ ˌən-ˈdī-iŋ How to pronounce undying (audio) \

Kids Definition of undying

: lasting forever : immortal undying devotion

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