from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a manner without pause or stop, especially to the point of annoyance; not ceasing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Unceasingly; continually.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an incessant manner; with constant repetition; unceasingly.
- Instantly; immediately.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without interruption
- adv. with unflagging resolve
Conversely the people that are less enamored with this title incessantly whine about inaccessibility, lack of action and how hard it is being a stupid comic fan when trying to digest the genius of Morrison.
My late father was calling incessantly from his small apartment in Amman convinced that my younger brother was in lower Manhattan that day and going crazy because he couldn't get a hold of him.
I used to complain incessantly when my mother made me write thank-you notes Christmas day and my birthday - I was not allowed to play with anything until they were done (usually only about 10 to do)
Clinton supporters complain incessantly about the bias media, but the GOP has a whole bag of tricks vis-a-vis the swiftboat attacks for both Hillary and her Husband.
More serious than McCain incessantly flip-flopping on the issues (even bills he sponsors), he has consistently demonstrated throughout his political career that he is guilty of double-speak.
Sure, we'll accept high profile plugs, but our basic m.o. will be to have friends contact friends one-on-one, bonding in an unprecedented way, passing the word incessantly; we have a huge jump on others already.
No, they will sit there and complain incessantly about how it's such a bad deal, and how it's a bad time, and there's this constant aura of helplessness around them.
They also exists if they just complain incessantly about crap.
Complain incessantly about me not posting some article or link you've sent as if I'm doing it on person just to spite you.
Imagine then some of the old-timers in Douglaston, N.Y., who can't watch Wimbledon without hearing incessantly from the old neighborhood kids — including NBC/ESPN analyst Mary Carillo, who grew up blocks from the brothers.