Ceaseless vs Deathless - What's the difference?

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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.

ceaseless

English

Adjective

(-)
  • Without an end.
  • Without stop or pause, incessant.
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  • , title=Internal Combustion , chapter=2 citation , passage=Buried within the Mediterranean littoral are some seventy to ninety million tons of slag from ancient smelting, about a third of it concentrated in Iberia. This ceaseless industrial fueling caused the deforestation of an estimated fifty to seventy million acres of woodlands.}}

    deathless

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Undying or immortal.
  • * 2005 , Tony Magistrale, Abject Terrors: Surveying the Modern and Postmodern Horror Film
  • Like the deathless vampire who must repeat its stalk-and-kill cycle in order to satisfy a recurring blood hunger, the earliest film horrors cannibalized its literary ancestry again and again.
  • Of a work of art or literature: conspicuously excellent, of the highest order, guaranteed not to be lost or forgotten.
  • Her novels are filled with unforgettable characters and deathless prose.

    Derived terms

    * deathlessly * deathlessness