nonstop flight, nonstop(adj)
a flight made without intermediate stops between source and destination
"how many nonstops are there to Dallas?"
(of a journey especially a flight) occurring without stops
"a nonstop flight to Atlanta"
around-the-clock, day-and-night, nonstop, round-the-clock(adverb)
at all times
"around-the-clock nursing care"
"we are flying nonstop form New York to Tokyo"
A nonstop journey, especially a nonstop flight.
Without stopping; without interruption or break
He worked nonstop for fourteen hours yesterday, just so he could get today off.
Without stopping; without interruption or break;
There's a nonstop flight to Mauritius, but I'm not sitting on the same plane for thirteen hours.
Nonstop was a Portuguese girl band, created out of the TV reality-competition show Popstars, in 2001. Nonstop have achieved notable success with their first album, Nonstop, and especially with their first hit single "Ao Limite Eu Vou". Songwriter and producer, Eliot Kennedy - who had previously worked with bands such as Spice Girls and Take That - once said "they are probably the best group I have worked with. Their voices are so good!"
The numerical value of nonstop in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of nonstop in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Examples of nonstop in a Sentence
We cannot but develop nonstop super-powerful weapon systems to remove the potential and direct threats to the security of our country that exist in the south.
I'm doing just fine, my friends and family have been so supportive. They've been calling nonstop, asking,' Are you OK ?' ' What do you need ?' ' Were you electable ?'.
Republicans are coming to a fork in the road -- and the question is -- whether or not they will take it, there are a lot of people who wanted to fight -- all we could do is fight Obama, fight the Democrats nonstop. Or do we have a strategy of not just throwing punches but landing punches?
The war is relentless, the task is huge, nonstop and dangerous. The poachers are heavily armed, determined and absolutely ruthless.
Be loyal to an airline that has the most non-stop direct flights from where you live or has the most nonstop flights to a hub close to you.
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