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used in The Sunlight Dialogues

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unchanging, continuous, or happening repeatedly
  • He used them constantly, as naturally as he breathed, a little like a lunatic using words with all normal sense drained out of them.
    1 — The Watchdog (99% in)
  • He wrote to her constantly, slavishly, after the first two weeks, before he'd even thought about marrying her, and the letters that came to him from her (on pink or blue scalloped paper, awkwardly typed because she couldn't see well enough to read over what she'd written or even make sure what she said made sense) he read over and over and kept at the head of his bunk where he could smell them as he went to sleep.
    1 — The Watchdog (11% in)
  • It gave him a crick in his neck to be constantly twisting around to follow the Mayor with his eyes wherever he roamed.
    2 — When the Exorcist Shall Go to the House of the Patient... (39% in)
  • Among psychologists there is no debate as to whether or not the loaded gun the policeman carries with him constantly has any effect on the structure of his personality.
    5 — Hunting Wild Asses (2% in)
  • His eyes roved constantly, full of fear and suspicion and malice, and he sat with his head ducked, the hump on his back almost higher than the round, graying head.
    5 — Hunting Wild Asses (72% in)
  • She'd made demands, was forever interrupting his work, insisted on knowing everywhere he went, constantly spoke of his scuffed shoes, his untrimmed hair.
    7 — The Dialogue on Wood and Stone (23% in)
  • He couldn't get out, and as darkness came on he'd wandered back and forth through the vast silent rooms where all day long there was a roar of big machinery and a bustle of men, and the belts were all turning and there was a constant gurgle of oil pouring over hot steel.
    17 — Benson versus Boyle (95% in)
  • A constant blitz.
    19 — Workmen in a Quarry (70% in)

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