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constant
used in Misery

15 uses
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Definition
unchanging, continuous, or happening repeatedly
  • He thought of trying to get out of bed, but the thought of the thump and the drop and the accompanying escalation of pain constantly deterred him.
    Part 1 — Annie (38% in)
  • Then the awareness that, although the pain was constant, it was sometimes buried by an uneasy compromise which he supposed was relief.
    Part 1 — Annie (4% in)
  • He had constantly refused, for no rational reason: it was just that making copies seemed a jinx thing to do.
    Part 1 — Annie (42% in)
  • She was the embodiment of that Victorian archetype, Constant Reader.
    Part 1 — Annie (63% in)
  • Constant Reader had just become Merciless Editor.
    Part 2 — Misery (3% in)
  • She really was Constant Reader, but Constant Reader did not mean Constant Sap.
    Part 2 — Misery (4% in)
  • She really was Constant Reader, but Constant Reader did not mean Constant Sap.
    Part 2 — Misery (4% in)
  • She really was Constant Reader, but Constant Reader did not mean Constant Sap.
    Part 2 — Misery (4% in)
  • He understood how she could like what he had written and still know it was not right , know it and say it not with an editor's sometimes untrustworthy literary sophistication but with Constant Reader's flat and uncontradictable certainty.
    Part 2 — Misery (7% in)
  • He thought Constant Reader would not swallow two unrelated women in neighboring townships being buried alive six months apart as a result of beestings.
    Part 2 — Misery (34% in)
  • The challenges were constant.
    Part 2 — Misery (49% in)
  • He knew how constantly he had been terrorized, but did he know how much of his own subjective reality, once so strong he had taken it for granted, had been erased?
    Part 3 — Paul (31% in)
  • Annie had listened to the radio constantly since her long sleep, and the missing state cop, whose name was Duane Kushner, was big news.
    Part 3 — Paul (68% in)
  • Paul wrote almost constantly.
    Part 3 — Paul (73% in)
  • She looked worse than he had ever seen her, her face haggard and pate, her eyes darting constantly.
    Part 3 — Paul (75% in)

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