Continuing without interruption. synonym: continual.
Continued or repeated without interruption or intermission; unceasing; ceaseless: as, incessant rains; incessant clamor.
Synonyms Continuous, Incessant, Continual, Perpetual; unremitting, unremitted. Continuous means unbroken, and is passive; incessant means unceasing, and is active. The former is preferable to note duration, condition, or result; the latter, to describe the exertion by which the condition or result is produced. We speak of a continuous or an incessant fever, according as we think of the fever as a state or as an activity; and similarly of a continuous or incessant strain of music, and the continuous or incessant murmur of a brook; but only of a continuous railroad-track or telegraph-wire. Continual regularly implies the habitual or repeated renewals of an act, state, etc.: as, a continual succession of storms. In the Bible continual is sometimes used for continuous, but the distinction here indicated is now clearly established. Perpetual is continuous with the idea of lastingness: as, perpetual motion. It is often used in the sense of
Continuing or following without interruption; unceasing; unitermitted; uninterrupted; continualadjective
uninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing