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Synonyms for incessant

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Synonyms for incessant

uninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing

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Not that he will for an instant admit that his rival could be right, but he is less persistent in his incessant objections, and has sunk for the most part into an observant silence.
I pass over the incessant bickerings between the Professors) occurred this evening, and might have had a tragic ending.
With such profound faith as Joe felt in the doctor, it is not to be wondered at that incessant discussions sprang up between him and Kennedy, without any lack of respect to the latter, however.
Speranski's high-pitched voice struck him unpleasantly, and the incessant laughter grated on him like a false note.
Then, my pupils being older, would be more rational, more teachable, and less troublesome than the last; they would be less confined to the schoolroom, and not require that constant labour and incessant watching; and, finally, bright visions mingled with my hopes, with which the care of children and the mere duties of a governess had little or nothing to do.
After six weeks' incessant throbbing the great engines were still, and the Dunottar Castle lay at anchor a mile or two from the African coast and off the town of Attra.
Tiha and Wiwau, the two women, were squat and stout and young, and had long been a scandal because of their incessant quarrelling.
On bringing him home he resorted to every means of cleaning, and subjected the man to incessant scrubbings.
For Jove had not bedeviled her ears, and she heard from the lips of each blessed Shade an incessant flow of quotation from his own works.
The lightning was so incessant that they easily found their way through the gateway and into a shed, where they hitched and unharnessed their team.
There was an incessant flow of people to and from Tampa Town and the place, which resembled a procession, or rather, in fact, a pilgrimage.
The face of Nature may be compared to a yielding surface, with ten thousand sharp wedges packed close together and driven inwards by incessant blows, sometimes one wedge being struck, and then another with greater force.
In the church there was all Moscow, all the friends and relations; and during the ceremony of plighting troth, in the brilliantly lighted church, there was an incessant flow of discreetly subdued talk in the circle of gaily dressed women and girls, and men in white ties, frockcoats, and uniforms.
My good fellow," he said, "you have made yourself a notorious person in this country by dint of incessant bullying and bribing and corruption of every sort.
With thee delight is ever new, With thee is life incessant bliss,"