One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(in hyperbolic use) do something very frequently.‘her exploits never cease to amaze me’
- ‘The efforts of these volunteers never cease to amaze me.’
- ‘People returning from holidays abroad never cease to be amazed at the prices that greet them on their return.’
- ‘The miracles of modern science never cease to amaze me.’
- ‘I never cease to be amazed at just how lovely the VSO people are.’
- ‘The world and the people in it never cease to amaze me.’
- ‘‘I never cease to be amazed at the introspection and short-sightedness of the anti-euro lobby,’ he told the Sunday Herald.’
- ‘Your loving words never cease to amaze and overwhelm me.’
- ‘‘I never cease to be amazed by the funny twists and turns the road takes when travellers are open to possibilities,’ he writes.’
- ‘I never cease to be amazed at how shameless politicians can be when trying to score political points with their constituents.’
- ‘You people will never cease to amaze and amuse me.’
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