continuously

All Adverb
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  • Since then, era names have been used continuously up through the present day.
  • The newspaper has been published continuously since the time of its founding.
  • The city may be the oldest continuously occupied city in the world.
  • Davis performed almost continuously and spent little time with his wife.
  • Some others may take advantage of any opportunity they can get, and mate continuously throughout the year.
  • The site is recognized as the oldest continuously operating industrial site in the region.
  • Each half runs continuously, meaning that the clock is not stopped when the ball is out of play.
  • He continuously moved throughout the command talking with men, seeking to shape them into effective soldiers.
  • One must continuously search for unknown words, and consequently interest is lost.
  • It is the oldest continuously operating community building in the state of Washington.
  • It has been recognized as the oldest continuously operated course in the United States.
  • However, some films have very little or no music; others may feature a score that plays almost continuously throughout.
  • The fair has been an annual event since and is the longest continuously running fair in the state.
  • It has operated continuously, making it the oldest business in town.
  • The county fair has been an annual event since then and is the longest continuously running fair in the state.
  • Chinese characters constitute the oldest continuously used system of writing in the world.
  • The workers may then run around continuously until they die of exhaustion.
  • The Security Council shall be so organized as to be able to function continuously.
  • They are considered "the oldest continuously playing team in major North American sports."
  • This type has the advantage that it is continuously variable over a wide range.
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Meaning of continuously

  • adverb At every point
    The function is continuously differentiable