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constant
used in Turtles All the Way Down

9 uses
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Definition
unchanging, continuous, or happening repeatedly
  • But gravity differs from affection: Only one is constant.
    p. 189.9
  • I would've told Daisy how much I liked her idea for Mychal's art project, and I would've told her that I did remember Davis Pickett, that I remembered being eleven and carrying a vague but constant fear.
    p. 8.9
  • Like, people who aren't in your family just, like, constantly in your space."
    p. 44.8
  • The Indianapolis Star wrote about Russell Pickett a lot because his company was one of Indiana's biggest employers, but also because he was constantly getting sued.
    p. 61.1
  • Dr. Karen Singh was in constant motion, like a badly drawn cartoon, but she had the single greatest resting poker face I'd ever seen.
    p. 86.2
  • The term chronic pain captures nothing of the grinding, constant, ceaseless, inescapable hurt.
    p. 89.7
  • Why did I have to give myself a constant, gaping open wound on, of all places, my finger?
    p. 130.7
  • I thought about the real question, the one that remained constantly in the background of my consciousness like a ringing in the ears.
    p. 165.3
  • At one point, I came across this sentence: "Mammal brains receive a constant stream of interoceptive input from the GI tract, which combines with other interoceptive information from within the body and contextual information from the environment before sending an integrated response to target cells within the GI tract through what is commonly called the 'gut-brain informational axis' but might be better described as the 'gut-brain informational cycle."
    p. 209.6

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