The sequester, tax increases, and the continual Republican harping on budget cuts have all caused damage to the labor market.
Before the restraining effects of governments, he argued, we lived in “continual fear and danger of violent death.”
From the new soldiers, we veterans hear a continual refrain: “At least you got to go.”
Both women stood by Marx and, despite the countless difficulties and continual disappointments, always would.
The result is a continual erosion of the business—fewer subscriptions sold, fewer print ads sold, even as costs rise annually.
If life is not a continual denial of the past, then it is nothing.
What, in the face of continual and unrelenting changes, could have saved the Wickiup?
When Doris was present, she kept them in a continual turmoil.
There will be continual alarms and greatly added difficulties.
There are continual jests about the contrast between this Ulsterman's austerity and the conviviality of Colonel Clancy.
early 14c., continuell, from Old French continuel (12c.), from Latin continuus (see continue). That which is continual is that which is either always going on or recurs at short intervals and never comes to an end; that which is continuous is that in which there is no break between the beginning and the end. Related: Continually (c.1300, contynuelliche).