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deathless

[ deth-lis ]
/ ˈdɛθ lɪs /
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adjective
not subject to death; immortal: the belief that the human soul is deathless.
unceasing; perpetual: his deathless devotion to the cause.
likely to endure because of superior quality, timelessness, etc. (sometimes used ironically): deathless prose.
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Origin of deathless

First recorded in 1590–1600; death + -less

OTHER WORDS FROM deathless

death·less·ly, adverbdeath·less·ness, noun
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How to use deathless in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for deathless

deathless
/ (ˈdɛθlɪs) /

adjective
immortal, esp because of greatness; everlasting

Derived forms of deathless

deathlessly, adverbdeathlessness, noun
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