nonstop : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a flight made without intermediate stops between source and destination
    how many nonstops are there to Dallas?
  • s  (of a journey especially a flight) occurring without stops
    a nonstop flight to Atlanta
  • s  at all times
  • r  without stopping
    we are flying nonstop form New York to Tokyo

  • The flight is the world's longest nonstop passenger run in the world's largest transport.
  • That, evidently, is how one gets around the daunting problems faced at sea on the nonstop, transoceanic solo races that only a tiny lite of sailors feels able to tackle races .
  • The networks would run nonstop coverage; a million people lined the streets for the procession from the White House to the Cathedral.
News & Articles


  • Tim Howard in FOXNews
    It's just different than Spain and Italy and Germany in the sense that it's a 100 miles an hour, and that's what makes it so appealing,goalkeeper Tim Howard said Thursday. "There's challenges flying in everywhere. It's nonstop action. You...
  • Urban Meyer in Kansas City Star
    You know Tim,coach Urban Meyer said. "It was, 'Let me play. Let me play.' Nonstop."
  • Guillermo Arriaga in International Herald Tribune
    I have always been driven to the desert. I think the landscape itself influences people in a certain way,Arriaga told a news conference. "We experienced the desert and the sun and the extreme cold in the desert to the nonstop rain in...

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