Not intermitted; uninterrupted, ceaseless.(adjective)
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Use "unintermitted" in a sentence
"Eighteen days of unintermitted rolling over “desolate rainy seas” brought the “City of Tokio” early yesterday morning to Cape King, and by noon we were steaming up the"
"But those forces that had been formerly under Virginius, and now were under Flaccus in Germany, valuing themselves much upon the battle they had fought with Vindex, and finding now no advantage of it, grew very refractory and intractable towards their officers: and Flaccus they wholly disregarded, being incapacitated in body by unintermitted gout, and, besides, a man of little experience in affairs."
"Such unintermitted strainings upon the planted iron must sooner or later inevitably extract it."