Synonyms of constant
1 continuousDictionary • Women are under constant pressure to be thin.
continuous • Residents reported that they heard continuous gunfire.
sustained • The proposals follow sustained criticism from teachers.
endless • causing over 25,000 deaths in a seemingly endless war
persistent • flooding caused by persistent rain
eternal • In the background was that eternal humming noise.
relentless • The pressure now was relentless.
perpetual • her perpetual complaints
continual • Despite continual pain, he refused all drugs.
never-ending • a never-ending round of bombings, shootings and sectarian murder
habitual • Three out of four of them would become habitual criminals.
uninterrupted • five years of rapid and uninterrupted growth
interminable • an interminable meeting
unrelenting • an unrelenting downpour of rain
incessant • Incessant rain made conditions almost intolerable.
everlasting • I'm tired of your everlasting bickering.
ceaseless • Their life is a ceaseless struggle for survival.
unremitting • boarding school, where I spent six years of unremitting misery
2 unchangingDictionary • The temperature should be kept more or less constant.
unchanging • eternal and unchanging truths
even • It is important to have an even temperature when you work.
regular • a very regular beat
permanent • Heavy drinking can cause permanent damage to the brain.
stable • a stable marriage
steady • the steady beat of the drums
uniform • Chips should be cut into uniform size and thickness.
unbroken • The ruling party has governed the country for an unbroken thirty years.
immutable • the immutable principles of right and wrong
immovable • It was declared unsafe because the support bars were immovable.
invariable • It was his invariable custom to have one whisky before supper.
unalterable • an unalterable fact of life
firm • Use a firm platform or a sturdy ladder.
3 faithfulDictionary • She couldn't bear the thought of losing her constant companion.
faithful • Older Americans are among this country's most faithful voters.
true • He was always true to his wife.
devoted • a loving and devoted father
loyal • He was always such a loyal friend.
stalwart • a stalwart supporter of the colonial government
staunch • He's a staunch supporter of controls on government spending.
dependable • He was a good friend and a dependable companion.
trustworthy • He is a trustworthy, level-headed teacher.
trusty • a trusty member of the crew
steadfast • a steadfast friend
unfailing • He had the unfailing care and support of Erica, his wife.
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ceaselessIf something, often something unpleasant, is ceaseless, it continues for a long time without stopping or changing.
• Their life is a ceaseless struggle for survival.
continualA continual process or situation happens or exists without stopping.
• Despite continual pain, he refused all drugs.
continuousA continuous process or event continues for a period of time without stopping.
• Residents reported that they heard continuous gunfire.
Thesaurus for constant from the Collins English Thesaurus