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adjective as in ad-infinitum

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The universe’s hundreds of billions of galaxies are likewise in ceaseless motion, colliding and coalescing in deep time.

Our own civilization’s ceaseless radio chatter—which, in theory at least, would be similar to the signals SETI’s searching for—is growing louder, making it much harder for scientists to filter out local noise.

What do the bombs ceaselessly falling represent but strength, science and God?

Because here's the thing: late night already has one ceaselessly enthusiastic host.

He was always calm and authoritative, despite the awareness of knowing that the police were ceaselessly searching for him.

Its horn blared ceaselessly, jammed by the dead body of the driver, Henri Paul, pinioned on the steering column by the impact.

It was promoted ceaselessly and considered an integral moment for her campaign against drug abuse.

A colossal steam "traveller" had ceaselessly carried great blocks of stone and long steel girders from point to point.

Ah, how good it is to sail on ceaselessly toward one's desire, even though it is but a dream!

The horizon, a confused mass of strata, oscillating ceaselessly, murmurs in a continual undertone.

It was a plateau of volcanic rock, with scrubs of hazel, and bents and reeds and harebells ceaselessly stroked by the wind.

Men have gone on and on ceaselessly, with their minds bent in one direction, ever looking outwardly, never inwardly.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ceaselessly, such as: endlessly, and forever.

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