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un- +‎ ceasing


unceasing (comparative more unceasing, superlative most unceasing)

  1. continuous; continuing indefinitely without stopping
    • 1841, William Johnstoun N. Neale, The naval surgeon, page 136:
      The unceasing fatigue of my daily walks to and from Clapham, with my various trudgings from one Doctor Humbug to another Doctor Whimsical, combined with the before-mentioned causes to affect my health.
    • 1962 December, “Beyond the Channel: Switzerland: Federal Railways' progress”, in Modern Railways, page 416:
      To handle the unceasing traffic increase, immense sums of money are being expended in dealing with bottlenecks.