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- adv. With steadfastness; with resolve; in loyalty, faithfully.
- adv. In a constant manner; occurring continuously; persistently.
- adv. Recurring regularly.
- adv. In an unchangeable or invariable manner; in every case.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. With constancy; steadily; continually; perseveringly; without cessation; uniformly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a constant manner.
- Perseveringly; persistently.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without variation or change, in every case
- adv. without interruption
All leaders without a title constantly flex their minds and elevate their abilities by consistently asking themselves ‘What can I improve today?’
Although attached to Christina Haag, his name constantly cropped up in the gossip columns in connection with other women.
A passive-aggressiveness marches through it: On one hand, Capitol doubts its salability and keeps it off the market; on the other, the label constantly attempts to justify its importance by hailing every burp and burble emanating from the recording booth.
Sinclair (the term constantly used by the old inhabitants) for extravagance.
I'd be lying if I said that I didn't like our name constantly in the press.
Use this term constantly when addressing the media, and they will soon catch on and start using it as well.
He warned Canadian politicians in a speech against what he called constantly criticizing your friend and your number one trading partner.
Kulta, "golden," here rendered "dearest," is a term constantly applied in the _Kalevala_ to anything dear or precious.
Well, obviously I used the word 'constantly' in the widely accepted usage meaning very frequently I constantly go to the gym.
And the Spirit of God hath this title constantly given it,