constantly

adverb
con·​stant·​ly | \ˈkän(t)-stənt-lē \

Definition of constantly 

1 : without variation, deviation, or change : always constantly on the alert constantly improving a temperature that's constantly maintained … the fear of the sea was constantly in my mind, battling with the fear of my companions.— Robert Louis Stevenson

2 : with regular occurrence : incessantly constantly complaining After all, Val doesn't let him get a lick of rest and is constantly bugging him to play with her.— Ryan D. Wilson All my traveling life, 40 years of peregrinating Africa, Asia, South America and Oceania, I have thought constantly of home—and especially of the America I had never seen.— Paul Theroux

First Known Use of constantly

1651, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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