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unceasing

adjective uk   us   /ʌnˈsiː.sɪŋ/ formal
continuing and unlikely to stop or become less: The authors are grateful for the unceasing support of the editors in London and New York.
unceasingly
adverb uk   us   /-li/
Translations of “unceasing”
in Vietnamese liên tục, không ngừng…
in Spanish incesante…
in Thai ไม่หยุดยั้ง…
in Malaysian tdk henti-henti…
in French incessant…
in German unaufhörlich…
in Chinese (Traditional) 持續不斷的…
in Indonesian terus-menerus…
in Chinese (Simplified) 持续不断的…
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