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  • adjective Not ebbing; not tending to ebb.


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un- +‎ ebbing


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  • It is only when we look at an unebbing flow of errors we can claim with certainty that it is misrepresentation.

    It's called development, Mr Dembski - The Panda's Thumb 2006

  • Then they began twirling white scarves above their heads, generating a marvellous sight to accompany the unebbing noise. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph 2011

  • Of blood and tears must flow the unebbing sea. [hu]

    The Works of Lord Byron. Vol. 6 George Gordon Byron Byron 1806

  • With his protagonist, Cave has given us a character who should be wholly despicable: a rabid lothario whose constant and unebbing pursuit of carnal pleasures distracts and distances himself from a son who very well may be going blind and much more than likely leads to the loss of his wife.

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  • Here, their craft has been taken from them and the landscape upon which they rest is an unebbing and waterless grid of cold concrete, a symbolic flooring that visually enforces the notion of the state's projective ability to render the global outlaws as subjects, or "prizes" of an The City in the Crosshairs: A Conversation with Stephen Graham (Pt. 2)

    Subtopia 2008


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