ceaseless

[sees-lis]
adjective
without stop or pause; unending; incessant.

Origin:
1580–90; cease + -less

ceaselessly, adverb
ceaselessness, noun


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

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Example sentences
Others were on the move, specks of light streaming ceaselessly toward us as
  mesmerizing as a computer screen saver.
That's a giant leap forward for a ceaselessly derivative era swarming with
  half-steppers.
The cotillion was detested and finally banned by the majority who wanted to
  dance ceaselessly throughout the evening.
She, for her part, has played the perfect candidate by sticking closely to her
  sound bites and smiling ceaselessly at the camera.
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