Definition of ever-changing in English:

ever-changing

adjective

  • Constantly changing or developing.

    ‘the key is adapting to the ever-changing conditions’
    ‘ever-changing technology’
    • ‘The Flying Biscuit Cafe has an ever-changing menu, and often features vegetarian specials.’
    • ‘Each episode features an ever-changing grouping of the main characters in pairs or threes.’
    • ‘There is a continual panorama on the water according to season and weather: sailing boats, ferries, pedalos, water birds, fishermen, swimmers and ever-changing skies and light.’
    • ‘At times almost dream-like, the park has the quality of a complex, ever-changing stage set for the daily dramas of urban life.’
    • ‘The characters' relationships, as always, are far from static; they are ever-changing, growing and shifting between temperaments.’
    • ‘These forgotten artists in particular are telling and powerful fame is a fickle mistress, and the ever-changing hip-hop culture leaves many behind.’
    • ‘We will continue to address the ever-changing needs of our loyal customers by providing healthy, delicious and convenient products to fit their lifestyle.’
    • ‘"Art is an ever-changing business and if artists don't change with the times, they may get left behind," he says.’
    • ‘Generations of modern artists have now addressed this volatile, ever-changing subject.’
    • ‘Learning how to motivate is now one of the most relevant and essential skills leaders can possess in today's ever-changing workplace.’