seemingly without interruption
"complained continually that there wasn't enough money"
In a continuous manner; non-stop.
without cessation; unceasingly; continuously; as, the current flows continually
in regular or repeated succession; very often
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Rank popularity for the word 'continually' in Adverbs Frequency: #371
The numerical value of continually in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of continually in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Examples of continually in a Sentence
This is a day-to-day situation. We are considering the epidemiology of this epidemic every day or every hour essentially, continually assessing the impact of our social distancing measures, we can't rule anything in our out.
Inspiration often precedes uncommon motivation i.e. behind every exceptional motivation there is an inspiration. Guess what? Inspirations are ceaseless until you give over i.e. until you quit inspiring those that need them. Yes, the more you inspire others the more inspirations you will encounter. I mean, inspiring others continually is similar to the law of giving which states that, the more you give out cheerfully, the more you will receive in return.
Even learning on a campus where some people defend perpetrators of sexual assault and silence their victims, we didn’t let that drag us down. the school just censors people. The school continually censors students.
Unfortunately I have to continually stop here, I mean, the same time, i just could never turn it around out here. And this year is the same thing. I definitely need to take some time off now to kind of reassess the whole claycourt season, to be honest.
When will you be self-sustaining? When will you be profitable without continually having to ask for more and more money from debt holders and equity investors?
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