ceaselessness


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Synonyms for ceaselessness

Synonyms for ceaselessness

the quality of something that continues without end or interruption

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Her use of Dickinson's poetry and her titular claim to be "kin" to Dickinson frame the book as a lament for the ceaselessness of war, violence, and political arrogance across time.
After The Register-Guard reported the Darfur challenge, the phones of Schenck and fellow committee member Polly Ashworth started ringing with the ceaselessness of Salvation Army Santas.
The scene is a benefit concert at Bath, the sort of place in which people go to meet and be seen; and the sheer multitude and ceaselessness of this backdrop intimate, in little, the period that Anne and Wentworth have spent apart, the purely mundane and incalculable passage of time.
Three fearsome 20-foot towers, each featuring a wheel that whipped round with baleful ceaselessness, represented the three Fates controlling (in T.
It was like an invasion, and after a while the ceaselessness and intensity of the shopping made Jerry a little queasy, and he was reminded, in almost hallucinogenic fashion, of a vast warehouse filled with tens of thousands of termites or carpenter ants, each one chewing and gnawing in full frenzy, eating out the hollowed middle of some certain structure that was sure now, under such relentless consumption, to collapse at any moment; and he could barely stand to stay inside any longer.