Meaning of timeless in English:


Pronunciation /ˈtʌɪmlɪs/

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  • Not affected by the passage of time or changes in fashion.

    ‘antiques add to the timeless atmosphere of the dining room’
    • ‘These classic pieces are often timeless, never seem to go out of fashion and are easily adapted to the style of the season.’
    • ‘The movie went on to become a timeless classic, popular around the world.’
    • ‘This truly timeless Canadian classic is a piece of film to be seen again and again.’
    • ‘Though it didn't have the mark of a timeless classic, I liked it and told her so.’
    • ‘There may not be any huge hits here but maybe if you listen carefully enough you will find a timeless classic.’
    • ‘All the same, it offers ample evidence that both love and art are eternal, timeless themes.’
    • ‘It was crowned the nation's favourite fashion item above jeans and the timeless little black dress.’
    • ‘He always manages to make a girl look gorgeous in a timeless and classical way.’
    • ‘It's a music that is timeless and forever hopeful that lies in the cracks between fashion and cult-dom.’
    • ‘It combines bewitching dancing and gorgeous music with a timeless story and what must be the best flying ever to grace a stage.’
    • ‘But what I am concerned about are the things that are timeless, regardless of the age that we live in.’
    • ‘It relates to timeless themes of the struggle between good and evil.’
    • ‘The subject matter is timeless in that it could happen at any time.’
    • ‘This is Daniel at his very best, handling timeless favourites with consummate ease.’
    • ‘It's a great and powerful and moving picture because it's timeless and borderless.’
    • ‘Many visitors return year after year because of this timeless quality.’
    • ‘Part of this is due to the timeless quality not only of his work but of his wisdom.’
    • ‘Its timeless elegance is taking on new character with vibrant colours and tailored cuts.’
    • ‘The timeless appeal of his music remains as strong today as it did back then.’
    • ‘The effect is complete, a timeless story passed on to a new generation.’
    lasting, classic, enduring, ageless, permanent, perpetual, perennial, abiding, unfailing, unchanging, never-changing, changeless, unvarying, unfading, invariable, unending, without end, ceaseless, never dying, undying, deathless, immortal, eternal, everlasting, immutable, indestructible, imperishable
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