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ceaseless +‎ -ly

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ceaselessly (comparative more ceaselessly, superlative most ceaselessly)

  1. Without ceasing.
    • 1905, Richard Jefferies, Nature Near London:
      So the woods are silent, still, and deserted, save by a stray rabbit among the thistles, and the grasshoppers ceaselessly leaping in the grass.

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