uninterruptedly love



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  • adv. Without interruption

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Without interruption; without disturbance; unintermittedly; unceasingly.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. without interruption


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uninterrupted +‎ -ly


  • Although Mr. Linden unfolded his newspaper, and informed Faith that he intended to read 'uninterruptedly' -- so that she 'need feel no scruple about interrupting him' -- yet he probably had the power of reading two things at once; for his assistance was generally given before it was asked.

    Say and Seal, Volume I

  • Egyptian leaders have activated it almost uninterruptedly since then.

    Egypt's long-standing emergency law becomes lightning rod as protests continue

  • When I first saw the Marcus Aurelius, this process had been going on uninterruptedly, like some extremely slow maturation of wine, for a very long time and was part of the simultaneous but differently scaled aging of Michelangelo's architectural frame for the horse and rider—the crisper contours of the pedestal, the bloom and discoloration of the mellowed surface of the Palazzo del Senatore.

    The Forever City

  • A good rule to follow is if a severe quake lasts uninterruptedly for one minute, get out of the building.

    Ahora, encima de todo

  • She entered another factory (after being refused by the first one) and worked on uninterruptedly for two years.


  • The crowd in the stadium broke their silence, rising to their feet and applauding him uninterruptedly.

    Dreamseller: The Calling

  • It wasn't long, though, before the bureaucrats took command again, and they have held it more or less uninterruptedly since.

    The Lessons of the Turnpike

  • For the next seven years I lived more or less uninterruptedly at the farm.

    Daniyal Mueenuddin talks about his life and his first collection of short stories In Other Rooms, Other Wonders.

  • ‘I feel a painful blush on my cheek, while I write it – but even for the University Scholarship, for which I affected to have read so severely, I did not read three days uninterruptedly – for the whole six weeks, that proceeded the examination, I was almost constantly intoxicated!’

    Wordsworth & Coleridge I « Tales from the Reading Room

  • But it's the chant that gives life to everything: harmonic chant, masculine, without instruments, that flows uninterruptedly even for seven, ten hours at a time.

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:


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