Per·pet·u·al·ly, adv. In a perpetual manner; constantly; continually.
The Bible and Common Prayer Book in the vulgar tongue, being perpetually read in churches, have proved a kind of standard for language.
adv 1: seemingly uninterrupted; "constantly bullied by his big
brother"; "was perpetually answering the doorbell"
2: everlastingly; for all time; "rays...streaming perpetually
from the sun"- Stuart Chase