continual definition

  • adjective:
    • continual frequently or regularly: the consistent need certainly to spend the mortgage.
    • Not interrupted; constant: regular sound; a continual diet of vegetables.
    • continual in regular, rapid succession.
    • apparently constant; showing up to have no end or disruption.
    • Forming a continuous series.
    • Proceeding without disruption or cesstaion; continuous; unceasing; enduring; abiding.
    • Occuring in regular and quick succession; extremely regular; often repeated.
    • `continual' (meaning apparently continuous) is frequently made use of interchangeably with `continuous' (definition without disruption)
    • happening without interruption; chiefly restricted to what recurs on a regular basis or regularly in an extended and closely spaced series
  • others:
    • Proceeding without disruption or cessation; maybe not intermitting; unceasing; constant.
    • Of regular recurrence; often duplicated; very frequent: because, the non-profit man features consistent applications for alms.

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