constantly

[ kon-stuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF constantly

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSTANTLY

But she constantly recalls what that snobbish Bines was unfair enough to tell her.

That he was constantly cheerful proved the matter of his musings to be pleasant.

It was his habit to affect that he constantly forgot his mother's name.

He was married, but constantly said he was about to leave his wife, so she would divorce him.

He is constantly stopping or turning his horses to the sidewalk, right or left.

There was constantly some excellent reason why the one mentioned would not do.

Small emergencies were constantly arising and finding her at a loss.

She had always lived with children, and constantly had their entertainment in her mind.

I have not forgotten her, and am constantly hoping to find some way to help her.

Since Felicien had reappeared, Angelique had looked at him constantly.

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