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continuous
used in The Thundering Herd

11 uses
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Definition
continuing in time or space without interruption or irregularity
  • But this was one long continuous roll.
    Chapter 1 (56% in)
  • Suddenly Tom became aware of heavy and continuous booming of guns—close, medium, and far-away reports mingling.
    Chapter 3 (80% in)
  • At first she thought a storm was brewing out toward the Staked Plain, but the thunder was too steady and continuous.
    Chapter 7 (15% in)
  • Already the boom of guns floated in on the summer air from all sides, increasing for a while, until along the upriver prairie there was almost continuous detonation.
    Chapter 13 (96% in)
  • The continuous roar, the endless motion toward certain catastrophe, were driving her mad.
    Chapter 15 (16% in)
  • On each side of Milly streams and strings and groups of buffalo passed to go down into the river, from which a loud continuous splashing rose.
    Chapter 15 (34% in)
  • For a whole day Milly's ears had been filled and harassed by a continuous trample, at first a roar, then a clatter, then a slow beat, beat, beat of hoofs, but always a trample.
    Chapter 15 (35% in)
  • Their Winchesters were rattling in a continuous volley, and a hail of lead whistled over and into the bowlder corral.
    Chapter 16 (53% in)
  • In another moment the firing became so fast and furious that it blended as a continuous thundering in Tom's ears.
    Chapter 16 (57% in)
  • The Creedmoors thundered as continuously as before, and the volume of sound must have been damning to the desperate courage of the Comanches.
    Chapter 16 (59% in)
  • Tom sank down, overcome by the spectacle, by the continuous trembling of the earth under him, by the strangulation which threatened, by the terrible pressure on his ear-drums.
    Chapter 18 (90% in)

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