continually continually  /kən ˈtɪn ju ə li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) seemingly without interruption

News

  1. Uniforms required for Allentown public school students in fall

    Allentown School District students who don't wear the district's new uniforms when school resumes after summer vacation won't be allowed in their regular classroom, district officials say. And students who continually refuse to wear a uniform will face detention and in-school suspension.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Erie Times-News

  2. Losing battle with kids and electronics

    It is a seemingly endless battle that I have to continually wage with my two children. And it's a battle I'm not winning.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Burbank Leader

  3. Why do we keep rebooting Superman?

    The superhero is getting yet another film, but what drives people to want to continually reinvent "the man of steel"?
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Washington Post

Quotes

  1. Washington Governor Chris Gregoire said she was "shocked and horrified" by the killings. "Our police put their lives on the line every day and tragedies like this remind us of the risks they continually take to keep our communities safe. My...
    on Nov 29, 2009 By: Chris Gregoire Source: Belfast Telegraph

  2. "One part of that community is the writers, whose work serves as the blueprint for television programs and motion pictures," Verrone said. "And although the industry's pie is continually growing, our share continues to shrink. Rather than...
    on Nov 2, 2007 By: Patric Verrone Source: Xinhua

  3. "I think we'll continually get better," Waltrip said. "It's quite a position to be in, knowing you've been close so many times and rolling out there. When your heart and soul is into something, and it is so hard to get it heading in the right...
    on Jun 1, 2007 By: Michael Waltrip Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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