Continual (adjective)

  1. Happening often, repeatedly or constantly.
  2. Occurring without interruption.
  3. Continuous in time or sequence.


From latin continuus ("uninterrupted, constant"), from con- ("together") + teneĊ ("hol.d")


  1. The noise was continual and made it hard to sleep.
  2. She had to deal with continual interruptions during her work.
  3. The weather was continual rain for days.
  4. The company had a continual growth in revenue.
  5. The process requires continual monitoring.
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