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1‘the English language is constantly in flux’
always, all the time, the entire time, continually, continuously, persistently, repeatedly, regularly
round the clock, without a break, night and day, day and night, morning, noon, and night
endlessly, non-stop, incessantly, unceasingly, ceaselessly, perpetually, eternally, perennially, forever
interminably, unremittingly, relentlessly, unrelentingly
informal 24, 7
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