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Spell check of continual

Correct spelling: continual

Synonyms:
unceasing, canonical, monotonous, commonplace, lasting, undeviating, prevailing, routine, continuing, homogeneous, continuous, perennial, permanent, cyclical, persistent, unremitting, unrelenting, standard, flat, repetitive, timeless, repeated, straight, frequent, indefatigable, regular, interminable, enduring, recurrent, habitual, unbroken, usual, steady, undying, stock, uniform, periodical, level, round-the-clock, ceaseless, even, chronic, unfailing, universal, epochal, orthodox, perpetual, rhythmic, constant, customary, incessant, continued, continue, featureless, uninterrupted, running, everlasting, familiar, accustomed, consistent, general, seamless, normal, common, unvarying, around-the-clock, eternal, periodic, traditional, ordinary, recurring, invariable, mundane, ongoing, unchangeable, sequential, unchanging, connected, immortal, average, endless, predominating, monolithic, conventional, relentless, insistent, on-and-off, consecutive, coherent, nonstop, unending, infinite, everyday.

Antonyms:
everlasting, perpetual, unpredictable, incessant, noncontinuous, alternating, periodic, isolated, fitful, irregular, continuous, interminable, sporadic, erratic, spotty, cyclic, serial, unceasing, recurring, stray, eternal, rhythmic, occasional, alternate, recurrent, discontinuous, unsteady, seasonal, constant, spasmodic, periodical, intermittent.

Examples of usage:

1) If the doctor should sanction this continual emotion for a patient suffering from typhus fever, it is no business of mine. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

2) But in spite of the fatigue caused by this continual walking and standing, I could find no rest till the morning dawned. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

3) Let your soul have within it, a continual Yes. - "Letters of Madam Guyon", P. L. Upham.

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