Usage examples for unending

  1. Then silence- a silence that seemed unending to the girl who waited breathlessly, one hand grasping the rough bark of the gnarled tree, and the other shading her eyes as thought to aid them in their effort to pierce the gloom. – The Gun-Brand by James B. Hendryx
  2. A prison camp in Bombay is clearly preferable to this unending retreat. – Sketches of the East Africa Campaign by Robert Valentine Dolbey
  3. His purse seemed lined with gold; or if it were not lined with this precious metal at least the supply of pennies it contained was unending – Carl and the Cotton Gin by Sara Ware Bassett
  4. And Randal wearied of Fairyland, which now that he saw it clearly looked like a great unending stretch of sand and barren grassy country, beside a grey sea where there was no tide. – The Gold Of Fairnilee by Andrew Lang
  5. When we had dined with her in the evening, Ayesha's habit was to discuss plans for our mighty and unending future, that awful inheritance which she had promised to us. – Ayesha The Further History of She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed by H. Rider Haggard
  6. In this sense, an unending series may nevertheless form a whole, and there may be new terms beyond the whole of it. – Our Knowledge of the External World as a Field for Scientific Method in Philosophy by Bertrand Russell
  7. " For unfailing power of compliment, for an unending supply of neat and pretty speeches, commend me to the Rev. – Cord and Creese by James de Mille
  8. You don't know the tyranny of butter and eggs and vegetables, the perpetual struggle to turn twice two into five, the unending worry about keeping up appearances- although, for us, it mattered precious little, people never came to see if appearances were kept. – The Wooden Horse by Hugh Walpole
  9. To Matt, the doctor's minute seemed unending – Lancashire Idylls (1898) by Marshall Mather
  10. Somehow Wickersham's unending politeness had always irritated Allison. – Then I'll Come Back to You by Larry Evans
  11. Her beauty has become corruption, and all the joy of life for her has passed into the agony of remembrance, the torture of unending remorse. – A Book of Myths by Jean Lang
  12. Colin was thoroughly interested, and followed the foreman from place to place, eagerly watching the processes of hatching the fish and asking unending questions. – The Boy With the U. S. Fisheries by Francis Rolt-Wheeler
  13. But the British government was weary of these petty and apparently unending native wars, and soon after the news of the battle with Moshesh reached London, the Duke of Newcastle, and Lord Aberdeen's government, in which he was colonial secretary, resolved to abandon the Sovereignty altogether. – Impressions of South Africa by James Bryce
  14. Who trusts in Thee may joyful be, And see Thee, Lord, descending To bring us bliss unending – The Story of Our Hymns by Ernest Edwin Ryden
  15. Whether the friars would or no, they were an unending subject of interest to the whole city. – Life of St. Francis of Assisi by Paul Sabatier
  16. I was so ashamed, and so sorry for my poor Jock, I couldn't lift my eyes, but Mr. Jowett rose to the occasion and earned my affection and unending gratitude. – Penny Plain by Anna Buchan (writing as O. Douglas)
  17. And she knew how unending could be his hatred for anyone who had ever made him appear ridiculous. – Then I'll Come Back to You by Larry Evans
  18. A prudent governor would have been warned; the more so as the people were already oppressed and sullen, restless and indignant under the unending exactions of the farmers of the taxes, and divided by the memory of many bitter outrages from the nobles of native birth who should have been their natural leaders and protectors. – Naples Past and Present by Arthur H. Norway
  19. As far as Rodney went, the dream might have been true, for he showed an unending interest in the Woman Movement- never tired of drawing from his mother- in- law the story of her labors and the exposition of her beliefs. – The Real Adventure by Henry Kitchell Webster
  20. The unending wail for " rights"; the assertion of the individual. – Preaching and Paganism by Albert Parker Fitch