Definition Of continual
frequently recurring; always happening.
his plane went down after continual attacks
Example Of continual
Also they continual body weight loss into the breeding season will adversely affect fertility.
But despite continual warnings, the girls ignored the bans and regularly returned to cause havoc.
Due to frequent upgrades, continual price cuts are necessary to shift electronic products.
Freud's answer is that we live in a continual state of temptation.
He was a continual link between defence and attack and his covering tackling was top drawer.