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continually

[ kuhn-tin-yoo-uh-lee ]
/ kənˈtɪn yu ə li /
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adverb
very often; at regular or frequent intervals; habitually.
without cessation or intermission; unceasingly; always.
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Origin of continually

First recorded in 1175–1225, continually is from the Middle English word continuelli, continueliche; see continual, -ly

words often confused with continually

See continual.
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