Definition of Ever-changing
1. Adjective. Marked by continuous change or effective action.
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Literary usage of Ever-changing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1909)
"... decisions rendered by the civil courts of last resort defining under ever changing circumstances what shall be the relation of Church and State. ..."
2. The Channel Islands of California: A Book for the Angler, Sportsman, and Tourist by Charles Frederick Holder, Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo (1910)
"... CHAPTER XV THE ever-changing ISLAND (ANACAPA) IT has been my good fortune to observe Anacapa from almost every point of view, and I can testify that the ..."
3. First Impressions of England and Its People by Hugh Miller (1860)
"—Evidence of the Former Existence of a broad Ocean Channel. —The Geography of the Geologist. — Aspect of the Earth ever Changing. ..."
4. Albemarle County in Virginia: Giving Some Account of what it was by Nature by Edgar Woods (1901)
"... his name associated with it, and the adjoining pond; which however in the ever-changing movements of time has already become a thing of the past. COCKE. ..."
5. The British Quarterly Review by Robert Vaughan, Henry Allon (1869)
"... of human character or disposition which is an ' ever-changing chameleon' can be the subject of no science at all. But labour is by no means content to ..."
6. The Flower of Old Japan: And Other Poems by Alfred Noyes (1907)
"... Amid soft sounds of flowing streams; Where star-shine shimmered through the white Tall fountain-shafts of crystal light In ever changing rainbow-gleams. ..."