[ UK /ʌnt‍ʃˈe‍ɪnd‍ʒɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ənˈtʃeɪndʒɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. conforming to the same principles or course of action over time
  2. showing little if any change
    a static population
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How To Use unchanging In A Sentence

  • In an age of change, unchangingness becomes more precious to people than we perhaps understand, even in ourselves. Times, Sunday Times
  • And as they pass the Place of Unchangingness they return themselves to the true Piurivar form, and maintain it thenceforth. VALENTINE PONTIFEX
  • The real appeal of these contestants is their unchanging nature. Times, Sunday Times
  • She has remained still, unchanging, as change has swept through the world around her.
  • At the moment the boys exist on an unchanging and meagre diet of bread and milk for breakfast, potato and rice for lunch and thin vegetable soup for dinner.
  • Everlasting and unchanging, kind of mistake.
  • In the US, however, the European pastoral ideal, rooted in Virgil's bucolic visions of an unchanging Arcadia of shepherds and shepherdesses, has been transmuted by the capitalistic impetus.
  • In narratives by English writers from the time of Margery Kempe, the litany of discomfort, hazard, and mortal peril echoes almost unchangingly down the centuries, muting fainter sounds of pleasure.
  • Oh, Fernand; this may not be; and thou canst purchase the power to bestow unperishing youth, unchanging beauty upon me; the power, moreover, to transport us hence, and render us happy in inseparable companionship for long, long years to come. Wagner, the Wehr-Wolf
  • They are engraved on the political landscape, unchanging, perhaps unchangeable, and the current round of violence and mayhem is no exception.
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