(a.) Of neverending duration; everlasting; endless; having beginning, but no end.
(a.) Without beginning or end; eternal.
(1) So Zhou Enlai’s famous reply was actually quite banal – yet is now universally reinterpreted as a gem of sempiternal Chinese wisdom.
(a.) Done at an improper time; unseasonable; untimely.
(a.) Done or occurring before the proper time; premature; immature; as, a timeless grave.
(a.) Having no end; interminable; unending.
(1) Some of what I was churned up about seemed only to do with me, and some of it was timeless, a classic midlife shock and recalibration.
(2) Even before she gets to the Timeless premiere, the Mail Online has run two news stories on her that day: the first detailing what she was wearing in the morning, the second furnishing a grateful world with the news that she'd subsequently changed her outfit and taken her sunglasses off.
(3) And anyway, if her fictional world is so timeless, why has it gone in and out of fashion?
(4) His bestselling book is The Annotated Alice, a timeless compendium of footnotes to the two Alice books, and a decade ago he wrote a sequel to The Wizard Of Oz in which Dorothy and friends go to Manhattan.
(5) Scarcely a single witness had seen more than one Velázquez, and many testified to the extraordinary surprise of this one, the face of the long-dead prince flashing up into a timeless present.
(6) The actor's slightly imperious manner and timeless face suited period roles.
(7) One drawback of the timelessness of Bond – maintained by a movie franchise that keeps 007 in a permanent present – is how easy it is to forget that Fleming was writing in, and therefore about, a very specific period.
(8) Playhouse Presents … Timeless is on Thursday 19 June at 9pm on Sky Arts
(9) The Doctors Mayo were strategic thinkers when it came to National Defense, and it is with a feeling of almost haunting prophetic significance to consider their timeless wisdom on preparedness as a means to ensure peace.
(10) In the meantime, its fortunes rest on the British public's insatiable appetite for reality TV shows – and the timeless televisual appeal of dancing dogs.
(11) You might have read a couple of articles in fashion magazines of late attempting to big up the DD look, no doubt with references to denim's "timelessness", "1950s teenage sense of freedom" and, lest we forget, "Americana".
(12) Under marihuana the stories had a timeless, non-narrative quality, with greater discontinuity in thought sequence and more frequent inclusion of contradictory ideas.
(13) A short visit to a medical consulting room as it may have looked one hundred years ago, illustrates some aspects of medical practice of this time, outlines in scraps and fragments an idea of this medicine and tries to encourage reflexions about contemporary and timeless problems of medical practice.
(14) Stores such as Cos for cool, offbeat minimalism or Jane Shepherdson's Whistles, where Celine-style trousers sit alongside timeless workwear, have upped the ante.
(15) Because the terrorists can only succeed if they swell their ranks and alienate America from our allies, and they will never be able to do that if we stay true to who we are; if we forge tough and durable approaches to fighting terrorism that are anchored in our timeless ideals.
(16) Shakespeare refuses to take sides, and that's why it works so timelessly.
(17) The timeless modernity and topicality of Rudolf Virchow's postulations on tumor pathology is based on his general conclusions which as key propositions have retained general validity throughout more than a century.
(18) But she's not bad as the partner of an Iraq-bound soldier in Timeless: perhaps a bit plummier than you might expect a squaddie's wife required to live with her irascible great-grandmother in a tiny house to be, but certainly nothing like the disaster the world has come to expect from supermodels demonstrating their polymath abilities.
(19) "Then you have this classic repertoire of great music that feels like it's coming from this other, timeless place.
(20) This procedure brings forcibly to the fore issues of separation and individuation, in the psychological context of the ultimate termination of life; it counteracts passive, timeless waiting for change to come without the assertion of one's own will and action, and it highlights a variety of ways people characteristically behave with respect to endings.