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constant
used in Me Before You

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Definition
unchanging, continuous, or happening repeatedly
  • His face was planed, and weathered from his time spent constantly outdoors.
    p. 101.5
  • Dad lived in a constant state of anxiety about his job at the fumiture factory.
    p. 12.8
  • I had never considered that you might miss a job like you missed a limb—a constant, reflexive thing.
    p. 18.4
  • His gray eyes were lined with exhaustion, or the effect of constant discomfort (Nathan said he was rarely comfortable).
    p. 50.9
  • A cafe too is a constant buzz of noise and clatter.
    p. 89.8
  • That our lives would have to be spent in a state of constant vigilance, waiting for the next time, waiting to see what horror he would inflict upon himself.
    p. 124.8
  • His life was painful, disrupted by infection, and dependent on the constant ministrations of others.
    p. 208.9
  • I have been stuck in this chair eight years now, and my life is a constant round of humiliations and frustrations.
    p. 233.4
  • It was like Patrick somehow felt I owed him something, given my constant physical proximity to Will.
    p. 260.6
  • I was a constant whirl of activity.
    p. 266.5
  • At first the hotel staff wanted to do almost too much for Will, offering to push his chair, constantly pressing cool drinks upon him.
    p. 347.8

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