nonstop

[adjective, adverb non-stop; noun non-stop]
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adjective
  1. being without a single stop en route: a nonstop bus; a nonstop flight from New York to Paris.
  2. happening, done, or held without a stop or pause or without offering relief or respite: The ambassador faced a nonstop schedule of meetings and interviews during her visit.
adverb
  1. without a single stop en route.
  2. Informal. without a pause or interruption or without respite; continually: My back ached nonstop for three days.
noun
  1. a long-distance airline flight that makes no stops between the starting point and the destination.

Origin of nonstop

First recorded in 1900–05; non- + stop
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Historical Examples of nonstop

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

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

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British Dictionary definitions for nonstop

nonstop

adjective, adverb
  1. done without pause or interruptiona nonstop flight
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