Definition of changeless in English:

changeless

adjective

  • Remaining the same.

    ‘changeless truths’
    • ‘Western learning could not penetrate this changeless order.’
    • ‘The church stands like a rock for truth that is changeless.’
    • ‘Yet even clouds cast shadows, and stars keep changeless patterns and turn circles around the earth, but the rainbow was nothing but a brilliant, beautiful, empty glow in a world made fresh by rain.’
    • ‘Gold has been prized because it is the most inert metal, changeless and incorruptible.’
    • ‘Certain non-Buddhists who accept rebirth accept the transitory nature of mind and body, but they believe in a self that is permanent, changeless and unitary.’
    • ‘Pennington says: ‘We have to realise life is changing but in a place like this there are changeless values.’’
    • ‘Looked back upon from revolutionary times, the old regime, good or bad, seemed an age of immobility and changeless routine, when nothing of importance had happened, or could happen.’
    • ‘But the changeless spiritual truth is this: God is absolute goodness.’
    • ‘He claimed that evolution was not a gradual process, but occurred in rapid spurts with long periods of changeless plateaus in-between.’
    • ‘A while back I was reminded of Dot the Dauntless, who sustained herself through a long old age perfectly happily and adequately by her changeless routine.’
    • ‘Life is rich and varied in its everyday detail despite its changeless quality.’
    • ‘The hour had a flat changeless quality, as if it had always been there, waiting for him, and would always be here waiting for his return.’
    • ‘Old fogies do best in a changeless environment.’
    • ‘It is incredible to see people, especially Christians, put their faith and trust in the ever-shifting sands of man's evolutionary ideas about history, rather than in the changeless Word of God.’
    • ‘Because of this static, changeless quality, the Egyptians obtained a sense of security from their environment.’
    • ‘They are supposed to be changeless and are believed to reflect an underlying constancy of nature.’
    • ‘Hollywood movies are more or less inclined to present the audience with a changeless pattern, disguised under different kinds of garnishings.’
    • ‘Atoms were changeless and ultimate, in the sense that they could not be broken down into anything smaller and had no inner structure on which their properties depended.’
    • ‘It was unusual for such an energetic young man like him to lead a simple ordinary life looking after his family in a conservative and changeless atmosphere.’
    • ‘Angels are almost always shown as young, for they are changeless, so time does not exist for them.’
    unchanging, unvarying, timeless, static, standing, fixed, permanent, constant, unchanged, fast, consistent, uniform, undeviating
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Pronunciation

changeless

/ˈtʃeɪn(d)ʒləs/