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constant
used in Fearless

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Definition
unchanging, continuous, or happening repeatedly
  • Kelley's grief, however, was constant—and agonizing.
    p. 302.9
  • Shawn wasn't the only one worn out by life on the road and the constant struggle to make ends meet.
    p. 19.8
  • Arguments were nearly constant whenever Kelley's mother returned, and Kelley was no longer relaxed in her own home.
    p. 78.6
  • There are four components to the Trident: the anchor, symbolizing the Navy; the trident, which represents the SEALs' historical ties to the sea; the cocked pistol, a reminder of SEALs' capabilities on land and their constant state of readiness; and the eagle, which—in addition to being the national emblem of freedom—symbolizes the SEALs' ability to insert from the air.
    p. 126.2
  • You need to have a rubber neck, on a swivel constantly, twice as much as you used to.
    p. 204.9
  • He had serious ankle problems, back problems, constant pain in his eye—always taking drops to relieve the pressure—and he never complained about it, never whined about it once.
    p. 223.5

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