All aeonian synonyms

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adj aeonian

  • ceaseless — If something, often something unpleasant, is ceaseless, it continues for a long time without stopping or changing.
  • unceasing — not ceasing or stopping; continuous: an unceasing flow of criticism.
  • around-the-clock — all day and all night
  • continuous — A continuous process or event continues for a period of time without stopping.
  • steady — firmly placed or fixed; stable in position or equilibrium: a steady ladder.
  • persistent — persistence
  • perpetual — continuing or enduring forever; everlasting.
  • unending — a bringing or coming to an end; termination; close: Putting away the Christmas ornaments marked the ending of the season.
  • repeated — done, made, or said again and again: repeated attempts.
  • unbroken — not broken; whole; intact.
  • unremitting — not slackening or abating; incessant: unremitting noise; unremitting attention.
  • uninterrupted — having an irregular or discontinuous arrangement, as of leaflets along a stem.
  • interminable — incapable of being terminated; unending: an interminable job.
  • recurrent — that recurs; occurring or appearing again, especially repeatedly or periodically.
  • relentless — that does not relent; unyieldingly severe, strict, or harsh; unrelenting: a relentless enemy.
  • frequent — happening or occurring at short intervals: to make frequent trips to Tokyo.
  • constant — You use constant to describe something that happens all the time or is always there.
  • incessant — continuing without interruption; ceaseless; unending: an incessant noise.
  • ongoing — continuing without termination or interruption: ongoing research projects.
  • nonstop — being without a single stop en route: a nonstop bus; a nonstop flight from New York to Paris.
  • connected — If one thing is connected with another, there is a link or relationship between them.
  • consecutive — Consecutive periods of time or events happen one after the other without interruption.
  • permanent — existing perpetually; everlasting, especially without significant change.
  • regular — usual; normal; customary: to put something in its regular place.
  • repetitive — pertaining to or characterized by repetition.
  • running — an act or instance, or a period of running: a five-minute run before breakfast.
  • timeless — without beginning or end; eternal; everlasting.
  • unchanging — to make the form, nature, content, future course, etc., of (something) different from what it is or from what it would be if left alone: to change one's name; to change one's opinion; to change the course of history.
  • unfailing — not failing; not giving way; not falling short of expectation; completely dependable: an unfailing friend.
  • unflagging — tireless
  • unvarying — to change or alter, as in form, appearance, character, or substance: to vary one's methods.
  • dateless — likely to remain fashionable, relevant, or interesting regardless of age; timeless
  • persisting — to continue steadfastly or firmly in some state, purpose, course of action, or the like, especially in spite of opposition, remonstrance, etc.: to persist in working for world peace; to persist in unpopular political activities.
  • staying — (of a ship) to change to the other tack.
  • unwaning — to decrease in strength, intensity, etc.: Daylight waned, and night came on. Her enthusiasm for the cause is waning.
  • round-the-clock — around-the-clock.

adjective aeonian

  • continual — A continual process or situation happens or exists without stopping.
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