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- adv. without ceasing (stopping), continuously
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unceasing manner; without intermission or cessation; continually.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with unflagging resolve
Government officials use the word unceasingly to justify legislationand amass support for usurping American freedoms.
Republicans started using the phrase unceasingly in 2004 and Democrats have made no effort to eradicate it, which is a shame, because the phrase doesn't respect the complexity of politics, especially the legislative process.
To worship such a woman, to remain unceasingly faithful to her despite her absence and indifference, is the only way to make ourselves worthy of what she represents.
For three hours we called unceasingly but no answering sound came back.
The cries are almost always answered by the appearance of natives or settlers, when the bird, repeating its call unceasingly, slowly flies from place to place towards the spot where the bees have made their home.
As a matter of fact, this substratum has no reality; it is merely a symbol intended to recall unceasingly to our consciousness the artificial character of the process by which the attention places clean-cut states side by side, where actually there is a continuity which unfolds.
As he arose he beheld out at sea a crowd of devils bearing the king away in a little boat towards Vulcan's Cauldron, beating and tormenting him cruelly, who called unceasingly on St. Denis of France, on St. Martin and St. Maurice.
The lead-man called unceasingly from his position.
At this sight all who had till then stood their ground took to flight, Poul at their heels, slashing with his sword unceasingly, till they disappeared among the mountains.
Her face is plastered all over town and the mayor has pledged to fight "unceasingly" for her release.
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