What is another word for unceasingly?

Pronunciation: [ʌnsˈiːsɪŋlɪ] (IPA)

Uncessing, continuously, perpetual, ceaselessly, unrelenting, incessantly, unremitting, perennial, enduringly, without interruption, constantly, perpetually, unrestrainedly, interminably, untiringly, persistently, unflaggingly, tirelessly, never-ending, unendingly, immutably, steadfastly, eternally, unswervingly, always, without stopping, perseveringly, unyieldingly, and non-stop are all synonyms for the word "unceasingly." These words all share the same meaning of something that goes on without stopping, continuously, or persistently. Whatever word is chosen will depend on its context and the writer's preference.

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What are the opposite words for unceasingly?

The word "unceasingly" is an adverb that means without stopping or interruption. Antonyms are words that have opposite meanings. Therefore, some antonyms for the word unceasingly would be intermittently, sporadically, occasionally, or interruptedly. These words indicate that something does not occur without interruption but instead happens in bursts or with gaps in between. Other antonyms include briefly, momentarily, temporarily, and casually. These words suggest that something occurs for a short period or in a relaxed, unplanned manner. Understanding antonyms can help improve your vocabulary and strengthen your language skills.

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Usage examples for Unceasingly

And yet, while she pronounced them, she glared unceasingly at the intruders.
"The Crisis, Volume 6"
Winston Churchill
But boys and girls do know perfectly well when they are acting rightly or wrongly, and should strive unceasingly to overcome their bad habits.
"Stories of Animal Sagacity"
W.H.G. Kingston
Even these were exposed to that kind of danger which might be inflicted by brutality at home, and most of them had relatives in the field to whom they were bound by the most tender and sacred ties, who were subjected to constant dangers, and for whose fate they were unceasingly anxious.
"A Sketch of the Life of Brig. Gen. Francis Marion"
William Dobein James

Famous quotes with Unceasingly

  • Many men of science and poets have in their own manner, by various ways and means, and aided by others, sought unceasingly to create a more tolerable world for everyone.
    Eyvind Johnson
  • Often when He comes, He finds the soul occupied. Other guests are there, and He has to turn away. He cannot gain entry, for we love and desire other things; therefore, His gifts, which He is offering to everyone unceasingly, must remain outside.
    Johannes Tauler
  • Those who are skilled in archery bend their bow only when they are prepared to use it; when they do not require it they allow it to remain unbent, for otherwise it would be unserviceable when the time for using it arrived. So it is with man. If he were to devote himself unceasingly to a dull round of business, without breaking the monotony by cheerful amusements, he would fall imperceptibly into idiotcy, or be struck with paralysis.
  • There are two things that kill a genius — a fatal disease and contentment. When a man is contented he goes to sleep. Voltaire had no chance to be contented, and so he wrote eternally and unceasingly, more than any other man in the history of the world.
    Clarence Darrow
  • Humanity unceasingly strives forward from a lower, more partial and obscure understanding of life to one more general and more lucid.Religions are the exponents of the highest comprehension of life … within a given age in a given society … a basis for evaluating human sentiments.
    Leo Tolstoy

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