constantly

All Adverb
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  • Since details of fact change constantly, these cannot be the most important.
  • Soon after this period he appears to have been constantly employed under his grandfather.
  • But because they were constantly breaking down you would be playing catch up.
  • In this way, the content of such written works was constantly added to and built upon.
  • Appears only in one episode but mentioned constantly in the series.
  • Both of these books have remained almost constantly in print since their first publication.
  • The amount of personal information users are being asked to provide is constantly increasing.
  • They also need to be fed nearly constantly, three times a day at least.
  • Sea grass needs to be constantly cut short to help it grow across the sea floor.
  • Meanwhile, her husband's life was constantly in danger when he was on campaign.
  • The two constantly remained on fairly good terms, a bit different from their now-known relationship.
  • Since its founding, the population of the city has been constantly increasing.
  • Adams however found it hard to rest his feet and was constantly on the road.
  • Throughout his whole life, he would constantly write to his various associates.
  • Her hair changes style and color constantly, as do her clothes.
  • Children have an ever developing mind that is constantly being filled with new information from sources all around them.
  • Her father constantly beat her mother until he finally murdered her and buried her in the garden.
  • He began writing as a child and wrote constantly.
  • He was a bachelor, yet almost as constantly occupied with love as with work.
  • Thought has been constantly evolving and we can't say when that structure began.
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Meaning of constantly

  • adverb Without variation or change, in every case
    constantly kind and gracious, he always arrives on time
  • adverb Without interruption
    the world is constantly changing