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Not changing; remaining the same.‘the party stood for unchanging principles’
consistent, constant, regular, even, uniform, unvarying, predictable, stable, steady, fixed, permanent, perpetual, eternalView synonyms
- ‘Barbie's body and face has remained relatively unchanging, symbolizing growing up to the little girl.’
- ‘Just as the beauty of movie stars cannot last very long, the standards of outward beauty have never remained unchanging.’
- ‘The target is changeable, the constant unchanging factor is indignation.’
- ‘Therefore ‘transcend yourself’ and seek the unchanging and eternal ground of all being.’
- ‘One important point frequently stressed about the objects of this kind of pure thinking is that they are stable and unchanging.’
- ‘The parish, as another level of community in Italian towns and cities, was not a constant, unchanging factor.’
- ‘In short, for laws to be deemed sound, they must be traced to some higher principle that is unchanging.’
- ‘Plato, for example, held that the subject-matter of mathematics is an eternal, unchanging, ideal realm.’
- ‘A constant, unchanging image like this, it seems, will cause the screen to burn out.’
- ‘Such patriotism was remarkably sustained, though not unchanging, continuing through to the end of the war.’
- ‘There is nothing lasting, nothing eternal, nothing unchanging in life.’
- ‘She has remained still, unchanging, as change has swept through the world around her.’
- ‘Like all myths the ancient idea of Oxford is both unchanging and perpetually re-inventing itself.’
- ‘We have always looked on the sun as very permanent and unchanging.’
- ‘The Universe at large was perceived as eternal and unchanging, with ‘fixed’ stars hanging in space.’
- ‘Thank you again for reminding us that God's word is eternal and unchanging.’
- ‘On the contrary, both of them operate according to eternal, unchanging laws.’
- ‘History was endlessly revised to make the present look like a confirmation of eternal, unchanging truths.’
- ‘On the human timescale, rocks seem to be permanent, unchanging features.’
- ‘You must not grow - you must be as unchanging and constant as the firmament.’
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