ceaseless

Chronic vs Ceaseless - What's the difference?

chronic | ceaseless |


As adjectives the difference between chronic and ceaseless

is that chronic is of a problem, that continues over an extended period of time while ceaseless is without an end.

As a noun chronic

is (slang) marijuana, typically of high quality.

Ceaseless vs External - What's the difference?

ceaseless | external |


As adjectives the difference between ceaseless and external

is that ceaseless is without an end while external is outside of something; on the exterior.

Ceaseless vs Deathless - What's the difference?

ceaseless | deathless | Related terms |

Ceaseless is a related term of deathless.


As adjectives the difference between ceaseless and deathless

is that ceaseless is without an end while deathless is undying or immortal.

Immortal vs Ceaseless - What's the difference?

immortal | ceaseless | Synonyms |

Immortal is a synonym of ceaseless.


As adjectives the difference between immortal and ceaseless

is that immortal is not susceptible to death; living forever; never dying while ceaseless is without an end.

As a noun immortal

is one who is not susceptible to death.

Seamless vs Ceaseless - What's the difference?

seamless | ceaseless |


As adjectives the difference between seamless and ceaseless

is that seamless is (not comparable) having no seams while ceaseless is without an end.

Constantly vs Ceaseless - What's the difference?

constantly | ceaseless |


As an adverb constantly

is (archaic) with steadfastness; with resolve; in loyalty, faithfully.

As an adjective ceaseless is

without an end.

Perpetuate vs Ceaseless - What's the difference?

perpetuate | ceaseless |


As a verb perpetuate

is to make perpetual; to preserve from extinction or oblivion.

As an adjective ceaseless is

without an end.

Infinite vs Ceaseless - What's the difference?

infinite | ceaseless | Related terms |

Infinite is a related term of ceaseless.


As a noun infinite

is infinity, endlessness.

As an adjective ceaseless is

without an end.

Ceaseless vs Wearisome - What's the difference?

ceaseless | wearisome | Related terms |

Ceaseless is a related term of wearisome.


As adjectives the difference between ceaseless and wearisome

is that ceaseless is without an end while wearisome is tiresome, tedious or causing fatigue.

Ceaseless vs Unstoppable - What's the difference?

ceaseless | unstoppable |


As adjectives the difference between ceaseless and unstoppable

is that ceaseless is without an end while unstoppable is unable to be stopped.

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