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Definition of "incessant" []

  • Continuing without interruption. See Synonyms at continual. (adjective)
  • Not ceasing; continual (adjective)

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Use "incessant" in a sentence
  • "Aside their interest in the safety education, which was evident in the large turn-out, they were eager to have answers to issues that bother on their means of livelihood and what they described as incessant harassment from security agencies."
  • "Debra White Hayes couldn't sleep through the noise, which she described as incessant droning "like monsters.""
  • "What has been called the "incessant ovulation" of modern women causes chronic anemia and may have more severe lifetime effects including increased risk of cervical, uterine and breast cancers, and osteoporosis."