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constant
used in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

3 uses
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Definition
unchanging, continuous, or happening repeatedly
  • The discourse was resumed presently, but it went lame and halting, all possibility of impressiveness being at an end; for even the gravest sentiments were constantly being received with a smothered burst of unholy mirth, under cover of some remote pew-back, as if the poor parson had said a rarely facetious thing.
    Chapter 5 (95% in)
  • Around the throne on high not a single star quivered; but the deep intonations of the heavy thunder constantly vibrated upon the ear; whilst the terrific lightning revelled in angry mood through the cloudy chambers of heaven, seeming to scorn the power exerted over its terror by the illustrious Franklin!
    Chapter 21 (71% in)
  • It keeps me in a sweat, constant, so's I want to hide som'ers."
    Chapter 23 (16% in)

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