Definition of unceasing:
stark, continuous, unadulterated, gross, utter, incessant, timeless, lasting, uninterrupted, eternal, indefinite, staring, ceaseless, perfect, double-dyed, pure, everlasting, ongoing, round-the-clock, unfailing, ageless, perpetual, consummate, continue, thoroughgoing, sodding, constant, changeless, aeonian, arrant, forever, complete, unremitting, permanent, unending, relentless, running, around-the-clock, eonian, never-ending, invariant.
- continued (part of speech: adjective)
- perpetual (part of speech: adjective)
continuous (part of speech: adjective)
The picture of this truly great man being obliged to wear out the last years of his life by unceasing labour when he should have been enjoying a well- earned rest, is excessively sad and touching- but the sadness is to some extent relieved by the heroic nature of the act.- "Curiosities of Impecuniosity", H. G. Somerville.
- "Mary Wollstonecraft", Elizabeth Robins Pennell.
Seeing this process enter human history and lift our race continually to loftier levels, we find reason to believe that the onward, upward movement of the geological past is the manifestation of the same wise Power which makes for righteousness and good and that this unceasing purpose will still lead on to nobler ends.- "The Elements of Geology", William Harmon Norton.