ceaseless ceaseless  /ˈsis lɪs/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) uninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing

Usage(s):

  1. If Lumumba won, the world could thank the ceaseless efforts of Moscow and Cairo and Accra.
  2. Sri Lanka has been in ceaseless turmoil for more than three decades.
  3. Consumed by the ceaseless war in the north, the Taliban have ignored the business of government, leaving Afghanistan in limbo.

News

  1. May 2013 global temps tied for 3d-warmest on record

    Warmer than average temperatures prevailed across nearly the entire planet in May 2013 By Summit Voice FRISCO — The nearly ceaseless yapping by climate-science deniers about a slowdown in global warming has not been confirmed by ongoing global temperature observations — far from it. May 2013 temps around the world were once again the near-record […]
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Summit County Citizens Voice

  2. Wednesday’s Fed Decision Will Drive Dollar, S&P 500, Everything

    Chief Strategist John Kicklighter discusses the top Forex fundamental themes for the coming week of trading. These sessions are held live every Monday at 16:30 GMT. Over the past month, the market's ceaseless run on Fed stimulus started to shift towards fear of withdrawal.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Daily FX

Quotes

  1. "Through ceaseless proselytizing and subtle pressure tactics, Al-Huda has brought a majority of my university's students under the burqa," Hoodbhoy said in an e-mail. "In comparison with students of earlier decades, they are less confident,...
    on Jun 29, 2010 By: Pervez Hoodbhoy Source: Las Vegas Sun

  2. "The scientific papers on Trailblazing represent a ceaseless quest by scientists over the centuries, many of them Fellows of the Royal Society, to test and build on our knowledge of humankind and the universe," said Lord Rees of Ludlow, the...
    on Nov 29, 2009 By: Lord Rees Source: Times Online

  3. In a speech after his election, Ban said his tenure "will be marked by ceaseless efforts to build bridges and close divides," and to continue major reforms so the UN can meet the challenges of the 21st century.
    on Dec 14, 2006 By: Ban Ki-moon Source: Washington Post

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