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unceasingly

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  • as inalways
  • as incontinually
  • as inever
  • as inon and on
  • as inperpetually

synonyms for unceasingly

  • consistently
  • constantly
  • ever
  • invariably
  • regularly
  • repeatedly
  • perpetually
  • eternally
  • everlastingly
  • evermore
  • for keeps
  • forevermore
  • in perpetuum
  • till blue in the face
  • till cows come home
  • till hell freezes over
  • without exception
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antonyms for unceasingly

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  • at no time
  • never
        • never
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        How to use unceasingly in a sentence

        Plus, Barbara Bry, who was also an unceasing critic of Elliott, is leaving her seat on the City Council.
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        Her rosy cheeks were deadly pale now, and wet with the tears that flowed unceasingly from her large black eyes.
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        In addition, the rain fell unceasingly and the heat was overpowering.
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        It was for the deliverance of this angel from degradation and shame and sin that she unceasingly prayed.
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        We must labour unceasingly to render our piety reasonable, and our reason pious.
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        Not a sound was heard, except the monotonous step of one, who went pacing unceasingly to and fro in the empty rooms.
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        His temper began to give way apace; his thoughts unceasingly ran upon money!
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        For three hours we called unceasingly but no answering sound came back.
        THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
        Outside, the hungry huskies moaned unceasingly until we could bear to hear them no longer.
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        WORDS RELATED TO UNCEASINGLY

        • consistently
        • constantly
        • eternally
        • ever
        • everlastingly
        • evermore
        • for keeps
        • forevermore
        • in perpetuum
        • invariably
        • perpetually
        • regularly
        • repeatedly
        • till blue in the face
        • till cows come home
        • till hell freezes over
        • unceasingly
        • without exception
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