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Synonyms for unchanging

conforming to the same principles or course of action over time

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showing little if any change

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said everyone who saw her; and the vicomte lifted his shoulders and dropped his eyes as if startled by something extraordinary when she took her seat opposite and beamed upon him also with her unchanging smile.
It bore him down with a dread unchanging monotony, in which there was not a moment's variety.
No low beatings and knockings about, no jokings and squeakings like your precious Punches, but always the same, with a constantly unchanging air of coldness and gentility; and so like life, that if wax-work only spoke and walked about, you'd hardly know the difference.
If the word of the Bible is the law and unchanging, how do they explain thanksgiving services for wars?
Thankfully, one of the unchanging features of my Christmas is the girls' gift-giving get-together - the tombola.
Kun Sunim: It's said that 'I' doesn't exist because in all the things we do there's no trace of a fixed and unchanging 'I.
Jansen's new book, Unchanging and Unshakable: A Reintroduction to the writings of missionary-evangelist, E.
The message of the record is about identifying with that unchanging aspect of who we are, which is divine and eternal.
The company accomplished 23% or 25% growth, at unchanging currencies, in non-International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) software and cloud subscription earnings during the period.
But love remains, unchanging in the care of sorrowing hearts, for as the love of life is stilled the love of memory starts.
Dates may change but the Easter promise is unchanging.
Who said the Stereos were destined to remain unchanging and stuck in the past?
Watson shows how Ramakantha drew upon both arguments used by the Buddhists to deny the existence of a self posited by other schools of philosophy and the doctrine of the Buddhist Yogacara epistemological school that cognition of objects includes self awareness (svasomvedana), to argue that a self exists as permanent and unchanging cognition of objects.
Contrary to popular perception, the brain is actually a plastic organ which can alter its own structure and function even into old age--and the science of neuroplasticity challenges the idea that the adult brain is fixed and unchanging.
In any case, ethnic identity, whatever its forms, does not have its roots in unchanging race or immutable tradition, and is inseparable from change and its historical and literary invention.