Definition of unending in English:

unending

adjective

  • 1Having or seeming to have no end.

    ‘the charity rescues children from unending poverty’
    • ‘The criticism and threats, even on her life, seem unending.’
    • ‘But his energy, they say, serves as a catalyst for an unending supply of ideas.’
    • ‘I managed to blast my way through the unending hordes of troops and into a desert canyon full of skeletons.’
    • ‘Men can not grasp the concept of an eternal and unending universe, for our lives are not unending.’
    • ‘Nothing could come between us and unending happiness.’
    • ‘He had handled it admirably for many years but by the time I knew him it had become a source of unending anger and resentment.’
    • ‘The Grudge continues a seemingly unending tradition of making horror movies without the horror.’
    • ‘Police corruption is an unending scandal here in Australia.’
    • ‘Rain had been falling for hours, never relenting from its seemingly unending source that refused to vanquish.’
    • ‘That can only lead us into unending chaos and horror.’
    • ‘What thrills them is the vast unending future full of unwon matches and unclaimed trophies.’
    • ‘You know, when you love people like that, it's universal, it's infinite, it's unending.’
    • ‘She looked around her at the vast expanse of the unbroken plain of unending white tiles and sighed.’
    • ‘I greatly admire his unending curiosity and his very acute mind.’
    • ‘The immense grief his family is suffering has been compounded by the unending repetition of false claims about him on the internet.’
    • ‘Rings are exchanged as ‘a symbol of unending love and faithfulness’.’
    • ‘Keeping them in their place means perpetuating the unending cycle of their oppression.’
    • ‘All around were people having relaxed, unending fun.’
    • ‘AJ fell asleep slowly, her head still full of the unending circle of thoughts.’
    • ‘And it's seemingly unending, like the infinitely repeated punishments of hell.’
    1. 1.1Countless or continual.
      ‘unending demands’
      • ‘I was still annoyed with him, but his unending persistence was getting to me, and I never turn down a cup of coffee.’
      • ‘It replaces them with anger, pain, and unending and constantly nagging despair.’
      • ‘It's not surprising, then, that the demand for new products and new lines at Wal-Mart is unending.’
      • ‘As a process it is unending as each new achievement forms a platform for the next challenge.’
      • ‘North Korea has faced more than a decade of unending demands from Washington over its so-called weapons of mass destruction.’
      • ‘I can never thank them enough for their lack of prejudice, their depth and their unending willingness to satisfy all the demands of a director as insatiable as I am.’
      • ‘Once again a long struggle is promised, and an unending national mobilization demanded.’
      • ‘Government has become an unending process of placing political bets.’
      • ‘The whole process is one of high pressure and unending effort.’
      • ‘It's an unending, excruciating process, but essential to Toyota's bottom line.’
      • ‘On the other hand, the program of slave labor is described as an unending process of humiliation, harassment, maltreatment and crime.’
      • ‘Expansion and roll out takes longer, however, and a continually evolving portal is an unending process.’
      • ‘It means that a victory at the ballot box isn't a blank cheque for five years, but the beginning of an unending process of returning power to that electorate time and time again.’
      • ‘The city is an unending test, a constant barrage of decisions about how to interact or not, whether to intervene or not.’

Pronunciation:

unending

/ʌnˈɛndɪŋ/