continually

adverb
con·tin·u·al·ly | \ kən-ˈtin-yü-ə-lē , -yə-lē \

Definition of continually 

: in a continual manner : without stopping or interruption a security system that runs continually We had endured a series of dark, gloomy, winter days, during which the sun had been continually hidden behind dense, rain clouds. —George Thatcher : in a constantly repeated manner : over and over being interrupted continually

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14th century, in the meaning defined above

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