unvarying

If something's unvarying, it stays exactly the same, with no change or variety. Unvarying rainy days can make a person dream of a warm, sunny beach.

Things that don't fluctuate or change are unvarying — this can be dull and monotonous, as with a boring professor's unvarying lectures, or simply reliable, like your best friend's unvarying kindness. If you wear the same clothes every day, you can talk about your unvarying outfit, and if a radio station plays an identical mix of songs day in and day out, that's unvarying too. To vary is to change, from the Latin root varius, "varied, different, or spotted."

Definitions of unvarying
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adj unvarying in nature

“principles of unvarying validity”
Synonyms:
changeless, constant, invariant
invariable
not liable to or capable of change

adj lacking variety

Synonyms:
unvaried
same
closely similar or comparable in kind or quality or quantity or degree
Antonyms:
varied
characterized by variety
heterogeneous, heterogenous
consisting of elements that are not of the same kind or nature
modified
changed in form or character
different
unlike in nature or quality or form or degree
many-sided, miscellaneous, multifaceted, multifarious
having many aspects
omnifarious
of all varieties or forms or kinds
varicolored, varicoloured, variegated
having a variety of colors
variform
varying in form or shape
variable, varying
marked by diversity or difference
various, versatile
having great diversity or variety
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adj always the same; showing a single form or character in all occurrences

Synonyms:
uniform
single
having uniform application
Antonyms:
multiform
occurring in or having many forms or shapes or appearances
polymorphic, polymorphous
having or occurring in several distinct forms
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