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Synonyms for unending

Synonyms for unending

Synonyms for unending

continuing forever or indefinitely

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Hades trembled where he rules over the dead below, and the Titans under Tartarus who live with Cronos, because of the unending clamour and the fearful strife.
Day after day, for days unending, Buck toiled in the traces.
Besides my work in the cabin, with its four small state- rooms, I was supposed to be his assistant in the galley, and my colossal ignorance concerning such things as peeling potatoes or washing greasy pots was a source of unending and sarcastic wonder to him.
But you, little infant-woman with your first victory, you must make your love-life an unending chain of victories.
And directly outside the front door, residents can access a seemingly infinite variety of global cuisine, boundless shopping, unending cultural activities and subway and surface transportation.
The long separation from his wife and three teenage daughters generated unending difficulties and unhappiness, but the FBI made virtually no attempt to lighten his family's plight.
Daily mortar attacks, a seemingly endless succession of twelve to fifteen hour duty shifts, an environment of unending stress and the need for constant vigilance - the prospects for any true relaxation would seem faint, even impossible.
But this will lead to an unending war in the region and jihad will continue," the pamphlet said.
There's a plethora of talent there that's unending.
The great Sahara is fascinating enough by itself, but few readers realize that its bewildering mix of indigenous peoples and tribes, villagers and nomads is immersed in a seething brew of old tribal conflicts, ancient and contemporary Moroccan politics, and an unending clash of old traditions with modern mores.
The fact that Mary had been preoccupied with her love affair with Lillian's father (who consistently denied paternity) and had not sent enough money back home to save her parents and siblings became an unending source of grief and self-reproach for her.
Both statements imagined with pleasure the eclipse of Abstract Expressionism, whose prestige among older West Coast artists (like the Chouinard faculty) constituted a sure-fire recipe for unending provincial status--and had driven Goode, for one, to employment as a janitor in his old school at the time of the exhibition.
Life, he tells us, is nothing but an unending straggle filled with pain and sorrow.
The unifying theme of the work is announced by the "Re' of the title, for the emphasis is on Renaissance literature's seemingly unending power to spawn new interpretations.
We are excited that the government has acknowledged our unending commitment to its security needs.