|eternally; everlastingly; unceasingly, forever, repeatedly||perpetually|
|(Internet) rant or write unceasingly and fanatically on a relatively dull subject with an obviously absurd attitude or with animosity toward a particular person or group of people on Usenet; write insulting words about a person, angry e-mail message, b...||flame|
|78 rpm phonograph record, apply shellac to something, defeat easily, hit repeatedly, purified resin, varnish||shellac; shellack|
|a god, able to live or last forever, being which will live forever and never die; one whose fame will last for all time, deathless, undying, eternal, everlasting; lasting for all time, eternally remembered, famous, somebody or something famous||immortal|
|act of crushing, injuring by treading over, act of stepping on heavily and repeatedly, tread heavily or noisily, tread underfoot, tread on something, treat somebody arrogantly||trample|
|act of omitting something, act of skipping; bounce, spring, jump; act of passing over something, omission, exclusion, be skipper of, deal with cursorily, jump repeatedly over circling rope, leave somewhere secretly, move forward in a series of light ju...||skip|
|act of rebounding, bobbing movement, come back, energy, go energetically, hop, skip; boasting, bragging, jump up and down, jump; skip; hop; make jump, lift repeatedly on knee, mention in order to receive opinions, move swingingly, positive rebound, ref...||bounce|
|act of striking with hammer; act of hitting or striking repeatedly||hammering|
|act or sound of bell tolling, announce something with a bell, booth, charge a toll on a road, charge for a telephone call, damage sustained, fee for services, fee for using a road, ring, ring slowly and repeatedly, tax, levy; grievous price; act or sou...||toll|
|act or sound of sniffling, inhale mucus, make a snuffling sound through the nose, sniff repeatedly in order to clear fluids from the nose, slight cold, snuffle, act of inhaling through the nose with an audible snuffling sound, weep quietly||sniffle|
|actions done formally and repeatedly, book of ceremonies, ceremonial, pertaining to a formal procedure; performed as a ritual, practiced as a rite, ceremony, formal procedure; rite, established practice used in religious or other ceremonies; any behavi...||ritual|
|again and again, repeatedly||over and over|
|alcoholic drink, device for unloading ore cars, drink alcohol, drink alcohol habitually, drink alcohol repeatedly, liquor, place for screening coal, place for unloading ore||tipple|
|always, favorable vote, forever, interj. yes, vote or voter in favor||aye|
|ask repeatedly, be persistently painful or bothersome, keep criticizing, old horse, one who nags (especially a woman), pest; worn out horse; pony, small leisure horse, racehorse, remind incessantly (especially of a chore); criticize relentlessly (of a ...||nag|
|at all times, constantly, eternally, continuously; constantly, always, for all time, for very long time||forever|
|attack with missiles, cannon that shot stone balls (Archaic), hit repeatedly, hit with high-energy particles, medieval cannon, overwhelm, shell, bomb||bombard|
|bad experience, blow or collision, collide or cause something to collide, criticism, criticize somebody or something, deal blow, end card game, hit repeatedly, make a loud noise by colliding, make something by striking, ping, produce repeated rapping s...||knock|
|be full of energy, expand and contract rhythmically; beat, throb; vibrate, quiver; agitate mined soil in order to sift out diamonds, vary repeatedly in intensity or magnitude||pulsate|
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