ceaseless

  • 1Ceaseless — Cease less, a. Without pause or end; incessant. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2Ceaseless — Cease less, adv. Without intermission or end. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3ceaseless — index chronic, continual (perpetual), continuous, durable, incessant, infinite, open ended, permanent …

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  • 4ceaseless — 1580s, from CEASE (Cf. cease) + LESS (Cf. less). Related: Ceaselessly …

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  • 5ceaseless — [adj] never ending amaranthine, constant, continual, continuous, day and night*, endless, eternal, everlasting, incessant, indefatigable, interminable, nonstop, on a treadmill*, perennial, perpetual, round the clock*, unceasing, unending,… …

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  • 6ceaseless — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ constant and unending. DERIVATIVES ceaselessly adverb …

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  • 7ceaseless — [sēs′lis] adj. unceasing; continual ceaselessly adv …

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  • 8ceaseless — [[t]si͟ːsləs[/t]] ADJ GRADED If something, often something unpleasant, is ceaseless, it continues for a long time without stopping or changing. [FORMAL] There is a ceaseless struggle from noon to night. Syn: endless Derived words: ceaselessly ADV …

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  • 9ceaseless — adjective Date: 1570 continuing without cease ; constant < ceaseless efforts > • ceaselessly adverb • ceaselessness noun …

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  • 10ceaseless — adj. Ceaseless is used with these nouns: ↑flow, ↑struggle, ↑toil …

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  • 11ceaseless — cease|less [ˈsi:sləs] adj happening for a long time without stopping ▪ the ceaseless fight against crime &GT;ceaselessly adv ▪ The men worked ceaselessly through the night …

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  • 12ceaseless — cease|less [ sisləs ] adjective MAINLY LITERARY continuing without stopping: Martin was growing tired of their ceaseless chatter. ╾ cease|less|ly adverb …

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  • 13ceaseless — adjective formal happening or existing for a long time without changing or stopping: the ceaseless fight against crime ceaselessly adverb …

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  • 14ceaseless — adjective a ceaseless flow of questions Syn: continual, constant, continuous; incessant, unceasing, unending, endless, never ending, interminable, nonstop, uninterrupted, unremitting, relentless, unrelenting, unrelieved, sustained, persistent,&#8230; …

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  • 15ceaseless — UK [ˈsiːsləs] / US [ˈsɪsləs] adjective mainly literary continuing without stopping Martin was growing tired of their ceaseless chatter. Derived word: ceaselessly adverb …

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  • 16ceaseless — ceaselessly, adv. ceaselessness, n. /sees lis/, adj. without stop or pause; unending; incessant. [1580 90; CEASE + LESS] Syn. endless, continuous, constant, unceasing. * * * …

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  • 17ceaseless — adjective /ˈsiːsləs/ without an end …

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  • 18ceaseless — Synonyms and related words: ageless, amaranthine, articulated, catenated, chattering, coeternal, concatenated, connected, constant, continual, continued, continuing, continuous, cyclical, dateless, direct, endless, eternal, eterne, ever being,&#8230; …

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  • 19ceaseless — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. continual, incessant (See continuity). Ant., discontinuous. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. continual, endless, unending, incessant; see constant 1 , eternal 1 , 2 , perpetual 1 . III (Roget s 3&#8230; …

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  • 20ceaseless — cease·less || sɪːslɪs adj. never ending, unending, without pause …

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