Asked in Prefixes Suffixes and Root Words
Does ceaselessly have a prefix suffix or root word?
The root of ceaselessly is cease; to this are added two suffixes, less and ly. ...
What philosophers believed being is ceaselessly changing?
I'm not sure but I think it is Heraclitus who said, "Being is ceaselessly changing." Heraclitus held that the only reality is ceaseless change and that the underlying substance of the universe is fire. ...
Asked in The Necklace
In the diamond necklace the main character named mathilde suffered ceaselessly because?
she was to poor to have the luxuries she wanted
Asked in Philosophy and Philosophers
WHAT philosopher believes being is ceaselessly changing?
Heraclitus believes that everything is flux and ever-changing. His most famous quote is "You cannot step into the same river twice", meaning that by the time you step into it again, it has already changed. ...
Asked in Synonyms and Antonyms
What are some synonyms for the word Continuously?
Here are some other ways of saying 'continuously': ceaselessly, without stopping, without pause, without break, stubbornly, unrelentingly. Try not to get this word confused with 'continually', which means endlessly or perpetually. ...
Asked in English Language, Synonyms and Antonyms
What are synonyms of forever?
ad infinitum, always, ceaselessly, constantly, continually, endless, endlessly, eternally, eternity, ever, everlasting, incessantly, in perpetuity, interminably, permanent, permanently, perpetual, world without end All according to http://thesaurus.reference.com/browse/forever ...
Asked in Italian to English
What is 'continuamente' when translated from Italian to English?
"Continually" is an English equivalent of the Italian word continuamente. The adverb also transltaes into English as "ceaselessly," "continuously," "endlessly," "non-stop," "over and over again," or "repeatedly" according to context. The pronunciation will be "kon-TEE-nwa-MEN-tey" in Italian. ...
Why is Victor Borge's quote 'Laughter is the shortest distance between two people' important?
Because it is part of the human condition that we ceaselessly try to overcome the barriers that keep us from understanding, accepting and loving one another throughout our lives. Failure to do so causes suffering, success creates the fulfillment that comes with the sincere fellowship of others. ...
Asked in Religion & Spirituality
How did the experience of exile in Babylon help God's people grow in faith?
Jewish answer: The false prophets, at long last, were silenced forever. They had predicted that no Destruction would take place. Also, the lure of idolatry finally weakened, since the Destruction and Exile happened exactly as predicted by the true Prophets, who were the same ones who had spoken ceaselessly against dabbling in idolatry. ...
What do seraphim angels do?
Seraphim (fiery angels) praise God ceaselessly. Angels in general glorify God's presence, as do the upper worlds. As an analogy, if you see a king with a retinue of myriads and endless lands, you get a sense of the greatness of his power. Angels also provide a backdrop for the deserving in the afterlife; and they carry out errands. One such errand involving a seraph is described in Isaiah 6:6-7. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra
What order are the four lines from section 1 4 from Beowulf?
The correct answers are: "It came in his mind / to bid his henchmen a hall uprear" (I, 15 16); "How ceaselessly Grendel / harassed Hrothgar . . ." (II, 37 38); "'Who are ye, then, ye arméd men, / mailéd folk . . .'" (III, 49 50); and "'To Hrothgar I / in greatness of soul would succor bring'" (IV, 20 21). ...
Asked in Wasps and Hornets, Pest Control
What is wasps nest made of?
Wasps make their nests out of pulped wood and bark, which they gnaw, chew up and turn into a pulp by mixing it with their saliva. Athough the amount of material that can be provided by the efforts of one wasp is obviously very small, the whole community work together to build the nest and do so ceaselessly over a period of weeks. The end result is the papery, pale-yellow coloured nest that they live in! ...
Asked in Old Testament
Why did the Babylonian captivity end?
Because it had accomplished its purpose. The false prophets, at long last, were silenced forever. They had predicted that Judah would remain independent of Babylonia (Jeremiah ch.27) and no Destruction would take place. Also, the lure of idolatry finally weakened, since the Destruction and Exile happened exactly as predicted by the true Prophets, who were the same ones who had spoken ceaselessly against dabbling in idolatry. ...
Asked in Pollution, Lakes and Rivers, Oceans and Seas
How do people affect the Ocean?
People affect the Ocean by polluting the waters, such as throwing trash and spilling oil. Many human activities have affected the Ocean, including over-fishing and Bottom Trawling [destroys thousand year old Coral Structures as Big as a room's wall]. Once again it is so CLEAR that we ceaselessly extract resources without any thought and/or act of needed and necessary replenishment - that is to say MANAGEMENT. ...
Asked in Health
When and in what circumstances should medical advise or attention be sought for babies and children under 3 years?
It is a good idea to see a family doctor regularly for routine checkups of all newborns to see that they are developing correctly. When you meet the doctor, he/she will advise you as to what to look for. But in general, if a infant is crying ceaselessly or becomes constipated, see the doctor. If the child sleeps hardly ever, or sleeps more then 9 hours every day, see the doctor. ...