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constant
used in A Thousand Acres

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Definition
unchanging, continuous, or happening repeatedly
  • Rose jiggled her foot constantly, and a joint in her chair squeaked with her jiggling.
    p. 322.2
  • "Well," said Ty, "I'd rather have that than constant interference.
    p. 84.7
  • On the other hand, I thought, I had been with my father so constantly for so long that I knew less and less about him with every passing year.
    p. 105.3
  • Of course, of course, I also re member Rose, my constant companion beneath the skirts, on whose shirt I carefully pinned the corsages, on whose head I balanced the hats, with whom I stood among the dresses, pretending to be ladies shopping.
    p. 225.0
  • Mommy and Daddy never complained of their clothes, but mine seemed a constant torment.
    p. 278.6

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