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used in The Chocolate War

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unchanging, continuous, or happening repeatedly
  • He found himself yawning constantly.
    Chapter 2 (2% in)
  • He was weary from practice, the constant punishment his body took, the frustration of never getting a play off, never completing a pass, the coach's sarcasm, the lingering September heat.
    Chapter 9 (41% in)
  • She was a gray-haired woman who constantly embarrassed Jerry because she insisted on tousling his hair and murmuring, "Child, child ...." like he was a third grader or something.
    Chapter 9 (56% in)
  • Money, money, money had become the constant need of his life, money and his love for Rita.
    Chapter 14 (40% in)
  • And then when you put the needle in them, the way he did constantly to Obie, you felt justified, you didn't have to worry about your conscience.
    Chapter 21 (58% in)
  • The Vigils—those assignments, the constant pressure.
    Chapter 21 (61% in)

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