- very often; at regular or frequent intervals; habitually.
- without cessation or intermission; unceasingly; always.
Origin of continually
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Examples from the Web for continually
God has to continually prompt and prod him, and puts his brother Aaron at his side to do most of the real leadership.Meet Moses the Swashbuckling Israelite
December 14, 2014
Lack of elaboration is a virus that continually infects the book, sometimes having a sickening effect on the reader.Cornel West’s Disappointing Decline
October 23, 2014
He was said to have been "continually drunk for five years" at the court of Charles II in the 1670s.The Secrets of Britain’s Wildest Aristocrats
October 20, 2014
So why are we continually inundated with images and hate speech perpetuating this harmful lie?Can We Lose the Violent Muslim Cliché?
October 12, 2014
As a result, he continually overpromises and under-delivers.Tycoons in Space: One in Orbit and One Still Grounded
October 5, 2014
It is not so with the new fables which the Greeks are continually mixing with their mythology.Philothea
Lydia Maria Child
By this engine, whose springs I am continually oiling, I play them all off.Clarissa, Volume 1 (of 9)
His horse, accustomed to a more open country, was continually at fault.Way of the Lawless
Pandora continually kept saying to herself and to Epimetheus.The Paradise of Children
I thought her ridiculous, but it was too much trouble to tell her so continually.Tales And Novels, Volume 4 (of 10)