unvarying

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From un- +‎ varying.

AdjectiveEdit

unvarying (comparative more unvarying, superlative most unvarying)

  1. persistent, constant, changeless
    You can be sure of our unvarying attention.
    Synonyms: constant, nonchanging, unchanging; see also Thesaurus:changeless
  2. lacking variety; having a uniform character
    The prizewinning carrots were of an unvarying size.
    Synonyms: stable; see also Thesaurus:steady

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