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Constantly or very frequently:‘the airfield was in use all the time’
constantly, the entire time, around the clock, day and night, night and day, morning, noon, and night, day in, day out, at all times, always, without a break, ceaselessly, endlessly, incessantly, perpetually, permanently, interminably, unceasingly, continuously, continually, eternally, unremittingly, remorselessly, relentlessly24, 7without surceaseView synonyms
- ‘You can't uproot your family and buy a new house when there's talk of closure all the time.’
- ‘Are we doing it all the time? If not, then why not?’
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