- What is a word for never ending?
- Is not complete or completed?
- What is the meaning of infinity?
- What is another word for come to an end?
- What’s a bigger word for infinity?
- What complete means?
- What is the word for complete?
- What does it mean to never quit?
- What does it mean to not give up on someone?
- What is the opposite of infinity?
- What is the meaning of eternity?
- What is another word for not complete?
- What is another word for never giving up?
- What is another word for living forever?
- What is someone who never gives?
What is a word for never ending?
continuous, constant, timeless, ceaseless, eternal, incessant, boundless, perpetual, nonstop, unremitting, uninterrupted, interminable, relentless, unbroken, endless, everlasting, immortal, persistent, unchanging, amaranthine..
Is not complete or completed?
Therefore, something is complete, or something has been or was completed. Therefore, Action Item A is complete (adjective), or Action Item A was completed (past tense verb). Action Item A “is completed” is wrong, although “is being completed” or “is going to be completed” are proper verb forms.
What is the meaning of infinity?
1a : the quality of being infinite. b : unlimited extent of time, space, or quantity : boundlessness. 2 : an indefinitely great number or amount an infinity of stars.
What is another word for come to an end?
Similar words for come to an end: dry up (noun) give out (noun) cease (verb) halt (verb)
What’s a bigger word for infinity?
Infinity Synonyms – WordHippo Thesaurus….What is another word for infinity?boundlessnessendlessnesssempiternityspaceubiquityvastitudeinfinite distanceendless timeunlimited space8 more rows
What complete means?
adjective. having all parts or elements; lacking nothing; whole; entire; full: a complete set of Mark Twain’s writings. finished; ended; concluded: a complete orbit. having all the required or customary characteristics, skills, or the like; consummate; perfect in kind or quality: a complete scholar.
What is the word for complete?
total, absolute, consummate, outright, perfect, thorough, thoroughgoing, utter. finished, accomplished, achieved, concluded, ended. entire, all, faultless, full, intact, plenary, unbroken, whole.
What does it mean to never quit?
It means believing in yourself. It means willingness to accept “failure” so you can learn the critical skill of adaptation. It means not compromising on your most important values, and walking the walk, rather than just talking the talk. It means living the life you want and are passionate about.
What does it mean to not give up on someone?
Definition of give up on (someone or something) 1 : to stop trying to improve the condition of (someone) He has gotten in trouble many times, but his parents have never given up on him. Please don’t give up on me. I promise I’ll do better. 2 : to stop having hope of seeing (someone) We’d given up on you hours ago!
What is the opposite of infinity?
The opposite of infinity is called infinitesimal, and its nature is equally bizarre. Unlike whole numbers, real numbers aren’t rigid. Their splintered nature allows us to find and create infinite numbers between any two numbers. A number can be combined as many times as it can be divided.
What is the meaning of eternity?
1 : the quality or state of being eternal. 2 : infinite time lasting throughout eternity. 3 eternities plural : age sense 3b. 4 : the state after death : immortality.
What is another word for not complete?
SYNONYMS FOR incomplete 1 unfinished, partial, fragmentary.
What is another word for never giving up?
sedulousA sedulous person is someone who works hard and doesn’t give up easily.
What is another word for living forever?
immortality. Endless life after death: afterlife, deathlessness, eternity, everlasting life, everlastingness.
What is someone who never gives?
A. Tenacious is a mostly positive term. If someone calls you tenacious you’re probably the kind of person who never gives up and never stops trying – someone who does whatever is required to accomplish a goal. You may also be very stubborn.