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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Oh, that we may be enabled to contemplate Him, and may come one day to live with Him unendingly!
Unendingly little groups of wounded men appear over the last crest and march slowly towards us.
Northward the green waves repeated themselves unendingly until they passed into a dim green-blue haze.
TWELVE MENTHEODORE DREISER
A storm came up as they passed the mountains and the thunder rumbled unendingly among the hills.
ETHEL MORTON AT ROSE HOUSEMABELL S. C. SMITH
The consumption and decay of wealth tends unendingly to equalize the conditions of men.
USURYCALVIN ELLIOTT
As he slunk along to his quarters, Corker's words were buzzing in his ears unendingly.
ACTON'S FEUDFREDERICK SWAINSON
One to remember all her life, all that long, every-day kind of life that stretched so unendingly on into the future.
A VENETIAN JUNEANNA FULLER
A desperate silence fell between them, they who had talked unendingly for days and evenings!
LADIES-IN-WAITINGKATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN
Again Cary spoke to him in warning tones, which at the same time thanked him unendingly for the kindly thought.
THE LITTLEST REBELEDWARD PEPLE
The jocularity pivoted unendingly on the same twin centres of alcohol and concupiscence.
THE ROLL-CALLARNOLD BENNETT

WORDS RELATED TO UNENDINGLY

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION