American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Made or done without stops: a nonstop flight.
- adj. Unceasing; unremitting: nonstop criticism.
- adj. Without stopping; without interruption or break;
- adv. Without stopping; without interruption or break
- n. A nonstop journey, especially a nonstop flight.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. without an intermediate stop; -- of trips in public conveyances, especially of a flight.
- adj. same as around-the-clock.
- n. A flight made without intermediate landings between source and destination.
- n. a flight made without intermediate stops between source and destination
- adj. (of a journey especially a flight) occurring without stops
- adj. at all times
- adv. without stopping
- non- + stop (Wiktionary)
“But for many Myrtle Beach residents, including the majority of its elected officials, the moves are a form of self-defense against what they call nonstop civil disrespect -- a month-long May invasion that has outgrown its destination.”
“A frustrated Sidney Crosby took a whack at Kirk Maltby's skate as Game 1 ended, tired of what he called the nonstop chirping by the Red Wings forward.”
“DETROIT (AP) -- A frustrated Sidney Crosby took a whack at Kirk Maltby's skate as Game 1 ended, tired of what he called the nonstop chirping by the Red Wings forward.”
“Crosby coming up zeros on the score sheet, and Pens are down 2-0 to Red Wings _ again Scoreless Crosby being frustrated again by WingsDETROIT - A frustrated Sidney Crosby took a whack at Kirk Maltby's skate as Game 1 ended, tired of what he called the nonstop chirping by the Red Wings forward.”
“Over oatmeal one recent morning, the 65-year-old Ms. Yee was explaining how salespeople from those websites were calling nonstop when her cellphone rang.”
“This is what happens when HATE, LIES, AND RACISM is spewed nonstop from the repugs and their sidekicks.”
“One of the worst offenders has turned out to be Alderman Stephanie Kifowit, who has been in nonstop campaign mode and on a wild spending spree at taxpayer expense to attend parties and banquets, promoting herself and her political ambitions under the guise of benefiting her ward.”
“And Hannity in nonstop self-aggrandizement mode, vowing not to surrender his "Reagan conservative" principles.”
“On the other hand, Hillary has attacked him nonstop from the idea of his relative inexperience, to statements made by others that were attributed to him.”
“Officials with St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport have lobbied low-fare carriers to begin nonstop flights.”
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