Definition of unvaryingness in US English:

unvaryingness

noun

  • See unvarying

    • ‘She begins to seek an end to the ‘cheerlessness, unvaryingness, grayness, staleness,’ and ‘airlessness’ of her life, yet performs no actions that may improve her situation insofar as the law of karma is concerned.’
    • ‘Indeed in another place both He and the Father work; ‘My Father works hitherto, and I work’; showing in the first passage the unvaryingness of the works, in the second the identity.’
    • ‘For communication to be possible, word-sound and word-meaning must both settle into unvaryingness.’