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continuous
used in A Thousand Acres

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Definition
continuing in time or space without interruption or irregularity
  • Rose, Daddy, Ty, Jess, Caroline, Pete, Pammy, and Linda, so thoroughly and continuously in me, were too present for letters or phone calls.
    p. 335.3
  • So I thought continuously of Rose.
    p. 313.2
  • The noise was the same, continuous, reassuring: human intentions (talking, traveling, eating) perennially renewing themselves whether I happened to sleep or wake, feel brisk or lazy.
    p. 333.7

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