Consistently [adverb]

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Sentence/Example of Consistently:

Paul is no longer the world-class defender he was in his prime, but he’s still a good one, and few players work consistently harder on that end than he does.

If these types of masks work well for you, consider yourself lucky—they’re not consistently effective.

Airbnb still has a long way to go to becoming consistently profitable, and the coronavirus will likely play a big part in determining that timeline.

If you keep winning, and then all of a sudden start losing consistently, it will be easier to give it up.

It has pretty consistently shown that nature can improve performance, but that does vary in certain ways.

The number of cases of infections and the number of hospitalizations have been consistently predictive of the number of deaths that would follow.

We are halfway through the season, and the same problems keep coming back — the turnovers, the missed tackles, the inability to consistently shut down an opponent when such stops are imperative.

Voters have consistently opted by large margins first to allow slots, then table games and now sports betting.

For years, they have consistently delivered in ensuring that the truly deserving students are enrolled at the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology.

Others can’t identify the fetid smell that consistently assaults their senses.