- Happening often, repeatedly or constantly.
- Occurring without interruption.
- Continuous in time or sequence.
From latin continuus ("uninterrupted, constant"), from con- ("together") + teneō ("hol.d")
- The noise was continual and made it hard to sleep.
- She had to deal with continual interruptions during her work.
- The weather was continual rain for days.
- The company had a continual growth in revenue.
- The process requires continual monitoring.