Antonyms for never ending

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The flat-house janitor's work is laborious, unclean, and never ending.

It may have started to find the President on his never ending travels.

As to their chief, he was a source of never ending wonder to him.

He says the country is poor, but that is due to the never ending German wars.

She awoke with a sensation of bliss—a never ending happiness to be hers.

Look at the thin link of gut and the slight rod with which the huge trout or "never ending monster of a salmon" is to be caught.

Our hope is eternal as ourselves—a never ending, still beginning quest of our divinity.

A discontented India will be a cause of standing shame and a source of never ending trouble.

I quite dread the lawyers' deeds, days and weeks of worry, never ending and still beginning.

He will admire the ingenious architecture and wonder at the never ending variety of forms, colours, and markings they exhibit.