perpetually[ per-pech-oo-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF perpetually
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERPETUALLY
I need not tell you how much I miss him, how perpetually he is in my thoughts.
The grime was perpetually renewed; scrubbing only ground it in.
Marcia could not see him; but his eyes were on her perpetually.
I needed to feel another often, if not perpetually and exclusively, intent on me.
Lena perpetually sorrowed over the box, and all of them were in deadly earnest.
Famulus sped on before, or bounded after them, perpetually on the gallop.
He was perpetually giving an account of it to his own soul in default of other listeners.
A plump man, with eyeglasses and perpetually chewing a dead cigar.
He could not keep himself from looking at her, and watching her perpetually.
Had not Mrs. Barnes herself thrown them perpetually together?