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constant
used in The Mysterious Benedict Society

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Definition
unchanging, continuous, or happening repeatedly
  • She was the sort of person who liked to be constantly busy, Reynie realized.
    p. 62.2
  • From a hidden position on the mainland shore, we shall constantly watch the island.
    p. 119.4
  • They encouraged him to study constantly, to read through their meals together, to stay up late reading, to stop wasting time with his friends.
    p. 122.9
  • It was a strange requirement of the workers' jobs, this constant show of deference, but the Helpers met it admirably.
    p. 197.3
  • He chatted constantly with anyone who'd listen.
    p. 251.7
  • Weaving among the hills, keeping low, constantly changing directions, they ran as if their lives depended upon it — which indeed they might have.
    p. 282.9
  • All those hours, with every second crawling by — and other things crawling by, things you can't see constantly sinking into that goop, the smell so horrible, like something dead, like maybe it's yourself that's dead —"
    p. 291.1
  • Through the telescope you watch the island constantly.
    p. 422.8
  • She slept poorly, in and out of a doze, constantly worried and miserable, and never once did she have a shred of an idea what to do.
    p. 423.5
  • Her cuts and bruises were long since healed, having been constantly overattended to, not only by Milligan but by everyone else in the house as well.
    p. 476.4

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