CONTINUALLY: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for CONTINUALLY?

Need another word that means the same as “continually”? Find 7 synonyms and 30 related words for “continually” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Continually” are: frequently, regularly, repeatedly, again and again, constantly, continuously, round the clock

Continually as an Adverb

Definitions of "Continually" as an adverb

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “continually” as an adverb can have the following definitions:

  • Without interruption; constantly.
  • Seemingly without interruption.
  • Repeated frequently in the same way; regularly.

Synonyms of "Continually" as an adverb (7 Words)

again and againAnew.
constantlyContinuously over a period of time; always.
Constantly kind and gracious.
continuouslyRepeatedly without exceptions or reversals.
Their performance has continuously improved.
frequentlyRegularly or habitually; often.
They go abroad frequently.
regularlyOn a habitual basis; usually.
The reunion has taken place regularly every two years.
repeatedlyOver and over again; constantly.
They have been warned repeatedly with no effect.
round the clockFrom beginning to end; throughout.

Usage Examples of "Continually" as an adverb

  • This information is continually updated.
  • I was continually moving around.

Associations of "Continually" (30 Words)

alwaysWithout variation or change, in every case.
He always arrives on time.
boundlessSeemingly boundless in amount number degree or especially extent.
Children with boundless energy.
ceaselessUninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing.
The ceaseless thunder of surf.
changelessRemaining the same.
Changeless truths.
consistentMarked by an orderly logical and aesthetically consistent relation of parts.
Testimony consistent with the known facts.
constantA number representing a quantity assumed to have a fixed value in a specified mathematical context.
Maintained a constant temperature.
constantlyWithout interruption.
He was constantly on her mind.
continuedWithout a break in continuity; ongoing.
He asked for their continued support.
continuouslyWith unflagging resolve.
These images loop continuously.
endlessInfinitely great in number.
We smoked endless cigarettes.
endlesslyWithout bounds.
An endlessly fascinating subject.
eternalTiresomely long; seemingly without end.
Eternal quarreling.
everAt all times all the time and on every occasion.
Ever busy.
everyEach and all of a series of entities or intervals as specified.
Every two hours.
foreverFor all future time; for always.
It took forever to get a passport.
grindingA harsh and strident sound as of the grinding of gears.
Grinding poverty.
incessantUninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing.
The incessant beat of the music.
incessantlyWithout interruption; constantly.
She talked about him incessantly.
infiniteA space or quantity that is infinite.
The boundless regions of the infinite.
interminableEndless or apparently endless (often used hyperbolically.
We got bogged down in interminable discussions.
invariablyWithout variation or change, in every case.
Ranch meals are invariably big and hearty.
perpetual(of a plant) blooming or fruiting several times in one season.
Their perpetual money worries.
perpetuallyWithout interruption.
Perpetually hungry teenage boys.
perpetuityThe state or quality of lasting forever.
He did not believe in the perpetuity of military rule.
persistentRetained; not shed.
Persistent leaves remain attached past maturity.
steadilyIn a regular and even manner.
It rained steadily all night.
steadyMake or become steady.
Sales remain steady.
unceasingUninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing.
Man s unceasing warfare with drought and isolation.
unceasinglyWith unflagging resolve.
unlimited(of a company) not limited.
Offshore reserves of gas and oil are not unlimited.

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