Some articles on constantly:
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... Before and after they discovered they were half-brothers, Guy constantly bullied Martin ... making insults, giving him bad or irrelevant advice, and constantly made it clear that he thought that he was going to fail his exams ... Guy also has the tendency to constantly steal Martin's food, either out of the staff fridge or in the cafeteria right off of his plate ...
... Kaito views his brother purely as a tool, constantly keeping him in a cage and punishing him with a bullwhip and a gun that fires rubber bullets ... She is constantly paranoid that she will be molested or raped by her students or other random people (though she doesn't seem as bothered by this as she ought to ... Orihara Masaya?) is the academic head of Higashi Junior High-school, who constantly tries to discipline Ikki and his team ...
... and schemer, whose limitless imagination and ambitions are constantly brought down to Earth by her limited resources and social standing ... Agnes is constantly confronted with the harsh realities of the life of the poor working class but still manages to find the optimism to carry on, frequently with a bit of sarcasm and ... limited to Granma and neighbor/schoolmate/confidant Trout, both of whom constantly pop the balloon of Agnes' dreams with hard facts and wisdom ...
... and his father resents his very existence and has no qualms about constantly telling him so ... bear named Shmee, who is conscious in Todd's own psyche Shmee happens to be a trauma sponge, and constantly tells Squee to do evil things ... person who really cares about Squee, serving as his least evil friend, though he constantly frightens him unintentionally ...
More definitions of "constantly":
- (adv): Without interruption.
Example: "The world is constantly changing"
- (adv): Without variation or change.
Example: "Constantly kind and gracious"
Famous quotes containing the word constantly:
“First, there is the power of the Wind, constantly exerted over the globe.... Here is an almost incalculable power at our disposal, yet how trifling the use we make of it! It only serves to turn a few mills, blow a few vessels across the ocean, and a few trivial ends besides. What a poor compliment do we pay to our indefatigable and energetic servant!”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Is not the tremendous strength in men of the impulse to creative work in every field precisely due to their feeling of playing a relatively small part in the creation of living beings, which constantly impels them to an overcompensation in achievement?”
—Karen Horney (18851952)
“And yet we constantly reclaim some part of that primal spontaneity through the youngest among us, not only through their sorrow and anger but simply through everyday discoveries, life unwrapped. To see a child touch the piano keys for the first time, to watch a small body slice through the surface of the water in a clean dive, is to experience the shock, not of the new, but of the familiar revisited as though it were strange and wonderful.”
—Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)