without stop or pause; unending; incessant.

1580–90; cease + -less

ceaselessly, adverb
ceaselessness, noun

endless, continuous, constant, unceasing.
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ceaseless (ˈsiːslɪs)
without stop or pause; incessant

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Example sentences
Touch screens respond to the ceaseless caress of our fingers.
Any mental activity is accompanied by a ceaseless crescendo and diminuendo of
  background processing.
For one thing, the favorable ratio of demand to supply guarantees a ceaseless
  flow of students.
The war-ships watched with ceaseless vigilance by day and night.
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