But most importantly, and lest we all forget, Juan Pablo reminds us constantly that he has a daughter.
Unlike me, Omar has no comfortable distance to observe the fate of Iraq; his own life is constantly at risk.
He hugged her, constantly smiled at her, and he stood up and told off the kids who were being mean to her.
Federal Reserve rules require that assets be constantly revalued to their fluctuating market value.
As such they were constantly cited by both Republicans and centrist deficit hawks.
He knew so much as to be constantly conscious that he was below the mark.
That he was constantly cheerful proved the matter of his musings to be pleasant.
Of course you will write to me constantly,—to my address here; say, twice a week at least.
He was married, but constantly said he was about to leave his wife, so she would divorce him.
And yet, it was these facts that were constantly being pointed at.
late 14c., "steadfast, resolute," from Old French constant (14c.) or directly from Latin constantem (nominative constans) "standing firm, stable, steadfast, faithful," present participle of constare, from com- "together" (see com-) + stare "to stand," from PIE root *sta- "to stand" (see stet). Of actions and conditions from 1650s. Related: Constantly.
1832 in mathematics and physics, from constant (adj.).
constant con·stant (kŏn'stənt)
Continually occurring; persistent.
Unchanging in nature, value, or extent; invariable.
A quantity assumed to have a fixed value in a specified mathematical context.
An experimental or theoretical condition, factor, or quantity that does not vary or that is regarded as invariant in specified circumstances.