continual

[ kuhn-tin-yoo-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF continual

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The effort to make them "disgorge" is as continual as it is noisy, and, as a rule, futile.

But, in truth, their life thus far has been a continual prayer.

All my passions were roused, and my mind and body kept in continual activity.

Continual contact with Mr. Stewart had made me older than my years.

As I had a continual thirst for what was new, I now tried my hand at painting.

But this continual entreaty of every second was beyond computation.

There is a continual jostling, and crowding, and buzzing, and striving to get promotion.

In spite of my continual remonstrances, I could not persuade you to work.

Without the continual prayerfulness the set times will not avail.

The battle of Kara-Urgan, furthermore, was waged in a continual snowstorm.

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