- (America) IPA: /ɪnˈsɛs.ənt.li/
incessantly (not comparable)
- In a manner without pause or stop, especially to the point of annoyance; not ceasing.
- He jabbered incessantly and annoyed everyone.
- 1865 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.
- "You are old, father William," the young man said,
- "And your hair has become very white;
- And yet you incessantly stand on your head--
- Do you think, at your age, it is right?"
- 1865, Henry David Thoreau, Cape Cod, Chapter I. "The Shipwreck", page 14.
- There were the tawny rocks, like lions couchant, defying the ocean, whose waves incessantly dashed against and scoured them with vast quantities of gravel.
- (obsolete) immediately
- (in a manner without pause or stop) ceaselessly, continuously, unremittingly; see also Thesaurus:continuously
- French: incessamment, sans cesse
- German: ständig, immerzu, fortwährend, unaufhörlich, in einem fort
- Italian: incessantemente
- Portuguese: incessantemente
- Russian: беспреста́нно
- Spanish: incesantemente, sin cesar