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constant
used in Frankenstein

9 uses
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Definition
unchanging, continuous, or happening repeatedly
  • For my own part, I begin to love him as a brother, and his constant and deep grief fills me with sympathy and compassion.
    Introductory Letters (74% in)
  • Her health, and even the tranquillity of her hitherto constant spirit, had been shaken by what she had gone through.
    Chapter 1 (44% in)
  • "You may easily believe," said he, "how great was the difficulty to persuade my father that all necessary knowledge was not comprised in the noble art of book-keeping; and, indeed, I believe I left him incredulous to the last, for his constant answer to my unwearied entreaties was the same as that of the Dutch schoolmaster in The Vicar of Wakefield: 'I have ten thousand florins a year without Greek, I eat heartily without Greek.'
    Chapter 5 (51% in)
  • It was from my own Elizabeth: "My dearest Cousin, "You have been ill, very ill, and even the constant letters of dear kind Henry are not sufficient to reassure me on your account.
    Chapter 6 (1% in)
  • The young man was constantly employed out of doors, and the girl in various laborious occupations within.
    Chapter 12 (6% in)
  • I cherished hope, it is true, but it vanished when I beheld my person reflected in water or my shadow in the moonshine, even as that frail image and that inconstant shade.
    Chapter 15 (49% in)
  • How inconstant are your feelings!
    Chapter 17 (47% in)
  • I confess to you, my friend, that I love you and that in my airy dreams of futurity you have been my constant friend and companion.
    Chapter 22 (34% in)
  • I carried pistols and a dagger constantly about me and was ever on the watch to prevent artifice, and by these means gained a greater degree of tranquillity.
    Chapter 22 (79% in)

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