Definition of Changelessness

1. Noun. The property of remaining unchanged.

Generic synonyms: Durability, Enduringness, Lastingness, Strength
Derivative terms: Changeless



2. Noun. The quality of being unchangeable; having a marked tendency to remain unchanged.

Definition of Changelessness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being changeless. ¹

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Definition of Changelessness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Changelessness

change surface
change taste
change up
changeabilities
changeability
changeable
changeableness
changeably
changed
changeful
changefully
changefulness
changefulnesses
changeless
changelessly
changelessness (current term)
changeling
changelings
changelog
changelogs
changemaker
changemakers
changeout
changeouts
changeover
changeovers
changer
changeroom
changerooms
changeround

Literary usage of Changelessness

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1. Mornings in the College Chapel: Short Addresses to Young Men on Personal by Francis Greenwood Peabody (1907)
"Yet behind this impressive fact of change there lies the much deeper and much more steadying idea of the changelessness of God. ..."

2. The shadow of the hand, and other sermons by William A. Gray (1885)
"THE changelessness OF CHEIST. ' Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and to-day, and for ever.' —HEB. xiii. 8. THE connection of these words is somewhat ..."

3. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1883)
"... but it was the changelessness that resists progress, and although Christianity takes up the idea of immutability, it is not the changelessness of action ..."

4. Natural Elements of Revealed Theology Being the Baird Lecture for 1881 by George Matheson (1881)
"The immutability which Christianity emphasizes, is the changelessness of love; ... Christian immutability is not the changelessness of action, ..."

5. Some Views of the Time Problem by Benjamin Whitman Van Riper (1916)
"Temporal change and temporal changelessness are each essentially ... is real change; but this the Eleatics, with all their passion for changelessness, ..."

6. The God of Philosophy by Francis Aveling (1906)
"the one instant of the ever present changelessness which is God. And just as time is the measure of motion, so eternity is the measure of perfect rest There ..."

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