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constant
used in Killing Kennedy

15 uses
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Definition
unchanging, continuous, or happening repeatedly
  • The pain is constant and so excruciating that Kennedy often uses crutches or a cane to get around, though rarely in public.
    p. 33.5
  • In the bath, as he will throughout the day, he has a habit of tapping his right hand constantly, as if the hand is an extension of his active thought process.
    p. 34.8
  • Like her husband, Jackie keeps her weight constant, a slim 120 pounds to compliment her 5-foot, 7-inch frame.
    p. 37.9
  • Marina visits him constantly, and by the time Lee Harvey is discharged, he "knows I must have her."
    p. 39.9
  • He drives his longtime valet, George Thomas, crazy with his constant changes.
    p. 42.9
  • Marilyn Monroe has become so obsessed with JFK that she calls the White House constantly, but her singing performance falls on deaf ears.
    p. 85.0
  • One assassination attempt has already been made on King, when a deranged black woman stabbed him in the chest in 1958, and there are constant fears that the reverend will one day be lynched during his travels through the Deep South.
    p. 98.9
  • She nags him constantly, and when he compares himself with the great men in the historical biographies he enjoys reading, she sarcastically derides him.
    p. 103.8
  • A less driven man would have taken to bed long ago, but John Kennedy refuses to let his constant pain and suffering interfere with his performing his duties.
    p. 126.9
  • The Secret Service protection given President Kennedy is constant, and contrasts sharply with the protection given Abraham Lincoln a hundred years ago.
    p. 138.2
  • Instead, he is something far more unpredictable—and ultimately more dangerous: he is a parallel member of society, a thin-skinned loner operating by his own rhythms and rules, constantly searching for that place where he can hunker down, for that identity that will allow him to be the great man he so longs to be.
    p. 213.9
  • Vice President Lyndon Johnson is under constant watch the instant his rented limousine arrives at Parkland Hospital.
    p. 275.8
  • Bobby, in particular, has become a surrogate parent to Caroline and John, and a constant companion to Jackie.
    p. 291.4
  • Her eyes are constantly red-rimmed from crying.
    p. 292.4
  • The paparazzi dubbed her "Jackie 0," and hounded her constantly, a practice they would continue for the rest of her life.
    p. 295.4

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