constantly (adv.)
resolutely, steadfastly, steadily
Cym III.v.118[Cloten to Pisanio] patiently and constantly thou hast stuck to the bare fortune of that beggar Posthumus
Ham I.ii.235.1[Horatio to Hamlet, of the Ghost in response to 'fixed his eyes upon you?'] Most constantly
JC V.i.91[Cassius to Messala] I am fresh of spirit, and resolved / To meet all perils very constantly
TN II.iii.140[Maria to Sir Toby and Sir Andrew, of Malvolio] a puritan that he is, or anything, constantly, but a time-pleaser
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