Synonyms for Continually:

adv.

continuously (adverb)
flatly, consistently, endlessly, undyingly, homogeneously, Straightly, unvaryingly, uninterruptedly, habitually, recurrently, indefatigably, persistently, coherently, evenly, ceaselessly, interminably, steadily, unceasingly, perpetually, repetitively, lastingly, continuously, everlastingly, incessantly, unremittingly, cyclically, always, regularly, unendingly, invariably, monotonously, constantly, perennially, sequentially, consecutively, uniformly.
ever (adverb)
endlessly.
perpetually (adverb)
eternally, infinitely, permanently, Immortally, enduringly.
steadily (adverb)
continuously, frequently, regularly, unceasingly, constantly.

adv

all the time (adverb)
interminably.
continuously (adverb)
flatly, consistently, endlessly, undyingly, homogeneously, Straightly, unvaryingly, uninterruptedly, habitually, recurrently, indefatigably, persistently, coherently, evenly, ceaselessly, interminably, steadily, unceasingly, perpetually, repetitively, lastingly, continuously, everlastingly, incessantly, unremittingly, cyclically, always, regularly, unendingly, invariably, monotonously, constantly, perennially, sequentially, consecutively, uniformly.
ever (adverb)
unceasingly, unendingly, everlastingly.
perpetually (adverb)
enduringly, endlessly, interminably, unceasingly, everlastingly, incessantly, constantly, ceaselessly, lastingly, permanently, uninterruptedly, eternally, Immortally, always, infinitely.
together (adverb)
continuously.
uniformly (adverb)
constantly.

Other synonyms:

adv
eternally, persistently, regularly.
Other relevant words:
constantly, eternally.

Usage examples for continually

  1. If a quarter of the people who present themselves here to see me were allowed to pass through to my Castle, my leisure, which is of some value to me, would be continually broken in upon. – Mr. Marx's Secret by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  2. Still, my good friend, I begin to think that I should not like to live continually in the country with people whose minds have such a narrow range. – Letters written during a short residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark by Mary Wollstonecraft