nonstop

[adj., adv. non-stop; n. non-stop]
adjective
1.
being without a single stop en route: a nonstop bus; a nonstop flight from New York to Paris.
2.
happening, done, or held without a stop or pause or without offering relief or respite: The ambassador faced a nonstop schedule of meetings and interviews during her visit.
adverb
3.
without a single stop en route.
4.
Informal. without a pause or interruption or without respite; continually: My back ached nonstop for three days.
noun
5.
a long-distance airline flight that makes no stops between the starting point and the destination.

Origin:
1900–05; non- + stop

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nonstop (ˈnɒnˈstɒp)
 
adj, —adv
done without pause or interruption: a nonstop flight

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Example sentences
He smoked nonstop during the three hours of our interview.
At conferences, some of us talk nearly nonstop for days.
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Public community colleges aren't advertising nonstop during daytime television.
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