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[feyd-lis] /ˈfeɪd lɪs/
not fading or diminishing; unfading.
Origin of fadeless
First recorded in 1645-55; fade + -less Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • It is a fadeless memory that John Nicholson has left behind him.

    John Nicholson

    R. E. Cholmeley
  • Freedom has again crowned her with a fresh and fadeless wreath.

    My Days and Nights on the Battle-Field Charles Carleton Coffin
  • But in their hearts was the song that is fadeless, immortal.

    The Valiants of Virginia Hallie Erminie Rives
  • These have twined around her rustic brow a wreath of fadeless glory.

    The Genius of Scotland

    Robert Turnbull
  • I can see its crimson stripes and fadeless stars waving in the warm sunlight of this glorious day.

  • Nothing had constrained him, save his overflowing heart, his constant, fadeless love.

    Cleopatra, Complete Georg Ebers
  • It is the sea on whose banks the fadeless lilies blow—and that mirrors the soft, cloudless sky of the Happy Morning.

    Samantha Among the Brethren, Part 1. Josiah Allen's Wife (Marietta Holley)
  • The contest is over; the victory is won, and ere long you will receive the fadeless crown of immortality.

  • The fadeless beauty of our Common Prayer brought hope and consolation to all of us who were gathered together.

    Caught by the Turks Francis Yeats-Brown
  • Ages may come and go; empires may rise and fall; they will still speak with fadeless charm to the hungry hearts of men.

    A Handful of Stars Frank W. Boreham
British Dictionary definitions for fadeless


not subject to fading
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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