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constant
used in Sycamore Row

11 uses
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Definition
unchanging, continuous, or happening repeatedly
  • He repeated himself constantly.
    p. 567.8
  • Only four, Jake reminded himself constantly.
    p. 12.2
  • Surely they could find a good life that did not include weapons and constant vigilance.
    p. 14.4
  • Three years (plus) in tight living quarters required a constant reassessment of priorities and attitudes, along with a vigilance against edginess.
    p. 84.3
  • I don't want to die and I don't want to give up Jack Daniel's, so I'm in a constant quandary.
    p. 124.5
  • A sister-in-law in particular had become a constant nuisance.
    p. 321.6
  • She had to constantly remind herself of this, but it was true because Lucien treated her as one.
    p. 358.9
  • Somewhere in the background, a phone rang constantly, but no one had any interest in answering it.
    p. 380.4
  • There was a constant ringing in his ears that made him mumble.
    p. 456.8
  • He would second-guess every move Jake made; excoriate Wade Lanier with scathing criticism; curse the negative rulings made by Judge Atlee; offer unsolicited advice at every turn; maintain the constant gloom of losing an unwinnable case; and at times be so unbearable Jake would want to throw something at him.
    p. 463.9
  • His job was to watch the jury constantly, but to do so without being obvious required a number of tricks.
    p. 536.6

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