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adjective as in continuous, direct

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Complete the following moves as a nonstop circuit, rotating from one exercise to the next in the given order, with no rest in between.

While that’s exciting from a character standpoint, it also messes with the chemistry of the show, which is built off Rory and Lorelai spouting nonstop quips at each other.

From Vox

Diffbot crawls the web nonstop and rebuilds its knowledge graph every four to five days.

We’ve certainly had to adjust and readjust plans seemingly nonstop here over the last few months.

From Digiday

“We understand the need to make long-term investments and a big-picture solution but we still will have three years of nonstop sewage flows,” Dedina said.

You might work on the same groove for five hours nonstop, some three-bar thing over and over.

GETTING TO AND FRO: American Airlines offers nonstop flights to Madrid from New York, Miami, and Dallas.

Check prices at Other carriers also serve Madrid with nonstop flights.

So what lies behind the curtain of official Washington at the highest levels of government in a time of nonstop war?

In the meantime, Obama should be highlighting mobility nonstop from here to 2017.

Three hundred miles per hour on a constant, nonstop flight across the rolling land.

Imagine a room where everyone shouted at the top of their lungs, nonstop, while setting off air horns.

Sealman had the air of slowing down, after an unusually long nonstop run, to show off his acquaintance with the country.


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On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nonstop, such as: ceaseless, constant, endless, incessant, interminable, and relentless.

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