unceasing

[uhn-see-sing]
adjective
not ceasing or stopping; continuous: an unceasing flow of criticism.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English uncesynge; see un-1, cease, -ing2

unceasingly, adverb
unceasingness, noun
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unceasing (ʌnˈsiːsɪŋ)
 
adj
not ceasing or ending
 
un'ceasingly
 
adv
 
un'ceasingness
 
n

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Example sentences
The progress of science must result in the unceasing modification of religious
  thought, to the great advantage of religion.
In a way, though, that unceasing argument is beside the point.
But what truly defined her was a selfless and unceasing desire to feed her
  loved ones.
The outcries of separated minorities would be implacable and unceasing cause of
  war.
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