continuously[ kuh n-tin-yoo-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF continuously
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTINUOUSLY
The ground on which they walked ascended gradually and continuously.
He smoked cigarettes and drank tea in silence, continuously.
The actual facts are that I began this book impulsively and wrote it continuously.
A tumultuous shuffling of feet went on continuously over our heads.
Why had this song been so persistently and continuously played?
It was continuously daylight, but such a light as never was on land or sea.
The tide of music rolls on continuously, but sounds more strange and dreamy.
You have been with him, as housekeeper, nearly ten years—continuously?
Our travellers had not watched this scene either closely or continuously.
We make our language the way we continuously make ourselves.
1640s, from French continueus or directly from Latin continuus "uninterrupted, hanging together" (see continue). Related: Continuously.