uninterruptedly

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From uninterrupted +‎ -ly.

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uninterruptedly (not comparable)

  1. Without interruption.
    • 1890, Lucy Madox Rossetti, Mrs. Shelley, Chapter 1, pages 19-20.
      They adopted the singular, though in their case probably advantageous, decision to continue each to have a separate place of abode, in order that each might work uninterruptedly, []
    • 1960 March, Cecil J. Allen, “Locomotive Running Past and Present”, in Trains Illustrated, page 177:
      Save for the three brief ¼-mile descents, before Bakewell, Monsal Dale and Miller's Dale, the line is climbing uninterruptedly at round about 1 in 100 for 9 miles from Rowsley almost to Miller's Dale, [...].

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