from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not liable to wither or fade.

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  • adjective Not withering; staying fresh and whole.


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un- +‎ withering


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  • Jonathan Walters and Rory Delap scored the hosts' fifth and sixth league goals of the season to maintain an unwithering, unbeaten home record.

    Matthew Upson revels in Stoke City's ethos following Fulham victory 2011

  • The memory of his mother's life was still fragrant to hundreds, fresh and dewy in love's unwithering morn; upon the tide of prayer had Geordie's infant life been launched, and its gentle waves, faint but palpable, still sought to lave his soul.

    St. Cuthbert's Robert E. Knowles

  • He represents the unwithering in the very home of corruption.

    My Daily Meditation for the Circling Year John Henry Jowett

  • Nativity, the prelude to the triumph-song in which they shall unite who receive from Christ the unwithering crown.

    Christmas: Its Origin and Associations Together with Its Historical Events and Festive Celebrations During Nineteen Centuries William Francis Dawson

  • He walked in the gardens of the intellectual gods and gathered sweets for the soul from a thousand unwithering flowers.

    Gov. Bob. Taylor's Tales Robert L. Taylor

  • Sévigné brought her bright, incisive wit, trebly commended by stainless reputation, unwithering beauty, and charming address, in the woman who wielded it.

    Classic French Course in English William Cleaver Wilkinson

  • And her feminine heart, always unwithering, always drawn to love, like a sunflower to the sun, was at this moment pure and inclined to tenderness.

    Yama: the pit Bernard Guilbert Guerney 1904

  • And wherever this man of radiant face measured he caused the waters to run in dry places and deep rivers to course where the waters were but ankle-deep; fish to swarm again in the rivers and the seas to be free of pollution; salt to come in the miry places and trees to grow upon the land with unwithering leaves and abundant meat.

    The French in the Heart of America John Finley 1901

  • Sharon and the lily-of-the-valley; where spread the undecaying, unwithering branches of the tree of life.

    Food for the Lambs; or, Helps for Young Christians Charles Ebert Orr 1897

  • It is as a watered garden, a fertile spot where blooms the unfading rose of Sharon and the lily-of-the-valley; where spread the undecaying, unwithering branches of the tree of life.

    How to Live a Holy Life Charles Ebert Orr 1897


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