never-ending

[nev-er-en-ding] /ˌnɛv ərˈɛn dɪŋ/
adjective
1.
having or likely to have no end:
"never-ending worry."
Example Sentences for never-ending
As an urban refugee, life is filled with the never-ending struggle to provide for her family.
Showers that ran in never-ending streams of hot water.
It's science as a quest: frustrating and never-ending, but always captivating.
HEalth care is a limited commodity with a never-ending demand.
It'll be cheaper than over half a trillion a year for two unjust, never-ending occupations.
Suddenly those long, romantic drives feel never-ending and leave you with more aches and pains than they seem worth.
The search for the optimum equilibrium has to be a never-ending process of trial and error.
For me, it was and still is a never-ending adventure.
Benefits include a never-ending supply of markers, yarn and pushpins.
Some were kept in cages lit constantly, so as to resemble a never-ending overcast day.
British Dictionary definitions for never-ending
never-ending
 
adj
having or seeming to have no end; interminable

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