[ uhn-dahy-ing ]
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  1. deathless; unending.

Origin of undying

Middle English word dating back to 1250–1300; see origin at un-1, dying

Other words for undying

Other words from undying

  • un·dy·ing·ly, adverb

Words Nearby undying

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How to use undying in a sentence

  • Upon her Kerry directed a look from which all fierceness had been effaced, and which expressed only an undying admiration.

    Dope | Sax Rohmer
  • Men made undying names in this battle, names which will go down through the ages as have the names of other British soldiers.

    Private Peat | Harold R. Peat
  • It does not know of what undying words it is made the vehicle.

    A Plea for Captain John Brown | Henry David Thoreau
  • Or thou mayst pray the undying King to have her thither to thee.

  • Only princes and farmers-general could indulge in such magnificence, and the fame of the Impasse would be undying.

    Vie de Bohme | Orlo Williams

British Dictionary definitions for undying


/ (ʌnˈdaɪɪŋ) /

  1. unending; eternal

Derived forms of undying

  • undyingly, adverb

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