The territorial sects have a history of shady hijinks that have kept them all continuously on edge.
[I]t is often implied that the trend of the VAT is continuously upward.
Like two hostile neighbors living in a tense, crowded region, they continuously watch each other, looking for clues and hints.
She was ignored and taunted so continuously that one day she wrote a four-page suicide note.
The belief that Christians are continuously persecuted has a basis in Scripture.
I have never seen any one else eat so much or so continuously, or with so little lethargic effect.
He smoked cigarettes and drank tea in silence, continuously.
Canines very large, curved, continuously growing; upper ones directed downwards.
The actual facts are that I began this book impulsively and wrote it continuously.
The 1958 census was from late June through July, and stream-flow in this period was continuously above normal.
continuous con·tin·u·ous (kən-tĭn'yōō-əs)
Uninterrupted in time, sequence, substance, or extent.
Attached together in repeated units.