Definition of unceasingly in US English:

unceasingly

adverb

  • See unceasing

    • ‘Mark didn't move at all, he just continued to stare unceasingly at her father.’
    • ‘Nevin was, as ever, all ‘heart’ and drive and worked unceasingly in the Carlow cause.’
    • ‘It was okay, if you like unceasingly imaginative, brilliantly directed, expertly voiced comedies with the occasional musical interlude that could draw tears from a dead desert lizard.’
    • ‘One man held his attention for a few seconds, firing his gun once, twice, three times, four times, five times; relentless and unceasingly straight into the target down at the end of the shaft.’
    • ‘Though I love and adore her unceasingly, she's trying so hard here not to sound Australian, she sounds almost Home Counties.’

Pronunciation

unceasingly

/ˌənˈsēsiNGlē/