Nature reacts through various channels, and in him she sought her outlet in an unabating mental activity.
For some hours the fight was continued with unabating obstinacy on both sides.
They were discussed with unabating interest all day and every day, and by everyone upon all occasions.
What Petrarch began in the fourteenth century was carried on by a new generation with unabating industry.
Readers of the volume, young and old, will follow it with unabating interest, and it can not fail to have the intended effect.
The new student was welcomed into Columbian College and there pursued the courses of study with unabating enthusiasm.
And all night, lagging far behind in his unabating caution, the panther followed him.
At that time it continued to proceed with unabating increase; being apparently stopped neither by rivers nor mountains.
Since then her success has swept onward with unabating force.
It had also grown a little brighter, although the storm still raged on with unabating force.
"put an end to" (c.1300); "to grow less, diminish in power or influence" (early 14c.), from Old French abattre "beat down, cast down," from Vulgar Latin *abbatere, from Latin ad "to" (see ad-) + battuere "to beat" (see batter (v.)). Secondary sense of "to fell, slaughter" is in abatis and abattoir. Related: Abated; abating.