continual

All Adjective
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  • The law school has been in continual operation since that time.
  • It has to be made clear that everything is in a continual process.
  • They remain in continual contact for the rest of their first year.
  • There has been a continual decision to build this railway line, but it has never received any funding.
  • Continual touring occurred throughout the UK and Europe over the next few years.
  • The records of temperature taken there are the oldest continual daily records in the world.
  • Scott now runs the yearly event which has been in continual existence for over ten years.
  • His affection for her is apparent later in life by his continual protection of her.
  • His continual string of hits came to an end but many great songs were still to come.
  • They all note the availability of mission records allow for continual research and understanding.
  • Another strong feature of the series is the continual linking between the books.
  • It was the only fighter aircraft to be in continual production before, during and after the war.
  • Such interactions have become both more numerous and more continual and substantial in recent times.
  • No objective long term natural history via continual evaluation of patients has been recorded to date.
  • Despite continual efforts to economize, the railroad lost money throughout much of its existence.
  • In places the water falls as much as and is said to sound like continual thunder.
  • Severe forms may have continual pain from general life activity.
  • Life for these workers was a continual struggle and the suicide rate was high.
  • The sport has seen continual growth since its inception in the late 1990s.
  • The end result is a continual build-up of heat at the surface that we experience as a heat wave.
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Meaning of continual

  • adjective Occurring without interruption; chiefly restricted to what recurs regularly or frequently in a prolonged and closely spaced series
    the continual banging of the shutters