- without stop or pause; unending; incessant.
Origin of ceaseless
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endless, continuous, constant, unceasing.
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Examples from the Web for ceaseless
The work is ceaseless and routine to the point of tedium—and almost half of primary-care physicians are burnt out.Nurse Practitioners Playing Doctor More Often
May 27, 2013
So what should one do about this ceaseless propaganda campaign against Venezuela?The World According to Sean Penn
December 28, 2012
The GOP had to abandon the ceaseless pursuit of the last white guy in Mississippi at the expense of alienating the mainstream.The GOP Faces Years in the Wilderness After 2012 Election Losses
November 26, 2012
Once I turned on my recorder, Schwarzenegger was off on a ceaseless monologue, touting his book like a sideshow barker.Arnold Schwarzenegger Comes Clean
September 30, 2012
He looked up in wonderment and heard the ceaseless noise of frenzy.The Greatest Football Player That Never Was
February 10, 2011
His quest is our quest: the ceaseless striving to live out our true creed.
He said nothing, but lost himself in a flood of ceaseless ponderings.Dust
Mr. and Mrs. Haldeman-Julius
Beyond was the ceaseless bellowing and stamping and weaving of the herds.A Woman Tenderfoot
Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson
The bacteriologist's existence became a ceaseless round of toil.
She listened to the ceaseless chatter in the dressing-room with a happy smile.Highacres
- without stop or pause; incessant
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Word Origin and History for ceaseless
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