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[nev-er-en-ding] /ˌnɛv ərˈɛn dɪŋ/
having or likely to have no end:
never-ending worry. Unabridged
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British Dictionary definitions for never-ending


having or seeming to have no end; interminable
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Word Origin and History for never-ending

also neverending, 1660s, from never + present participle of end (v.).

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