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Spell check of constantly

Correct spelling: constantly

abidingly, homogeneously, consonantly, generally, flatly, enduringly, chronically, always, continually, incessantly, ever, round-the-clock, eternally, lastingly, traditionally, rhythmically, interminably, canonically, periodically, consecutively, aye, assonantly, regularly, continuously, much, solidly, normally, night and day, steadfastly, uninterruptedly, repetitively, recurrently, durably, forever and a day, repeatedly, ceaselessly, frequently, fixedly, undeviatingly, endlessly, conventionally, familiarly, perennially, immutably, monotonously, seamlessly, straightly, evenly, permanently, unremittingly, perpetually, everlastingly, universally, necessarily, immovably, customarily, again and again, invariably, sequentially, over and over, steadily, routinely, prevailingly, infinitely, hourly, unendingly, persistently, commonly, consistently, habitually, oft, predominately, uniformly, oftentimes, firmly, usually, e'er, coherently, unceasingly, immortally, unfailingly, indefatigably, undyingly, stably, ordinarily, evermore, unvaryingly, cyclically, forever.

sporadically, unusually, ne'er, intermittently, once, rarely, infrequently, sometimes, now, seldom, occasionally, periodically, now and then, never, variously, little.

Examples of usage:

1) Many such splendid sights are to be constantly seen in the Arctic. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) They had friends about them constantly, near and from a distance. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

3) The child was under no restraint, and was constantly doing that which was not good for her, and though her mother protested, she did nothing else. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.