An activity that continues without stopping is constant.

  • A person who has a constant headache should go see a doctor.
  • Any sort of constant pain should be checked out by a doctor.
  • Working under constant stress is not good for a person’s health.
  • Living under the constant threat of danger is nerve-wracking.
  • Having enough money to pay for food and housing is a constant concern for people who are poor.
  • Constant, heavy rain flooded the roads and some houses.
  • Construction in this area has been constant.
  • Major highways have a constant flow of traffic.
  • Constant noise disturbs some people.

constant noise

He has to deal with constant noise every day.

The word "constantly" is an adverb.

  • It’s constantly noisy in this neighborhood.
  • There’s a woodpecker outside that constantly pecks at the side of my house.
  • People who constantly complain are annoying.
  • The Earth constantly orbits the Sun.
  • The Moon constantly orbits the Earth.
  • Elisa worries constantly about her children’s safety.
  • Bill constantly checks his cell phone.
  • A student who is constantly late to class or absent from class will be in trouble with the teacher.

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November 11, 2019