Unchanged through time or space; permanent. (adjective)
That which is permanent or invariable. (noun)
Examples of word constant
I therefore call it the constant part of capital, or, more briefly, _constant capital_.
I. i.44 (314,9) We have this hour a constant will] _constant will_ seems
The company currently defines the term "constant currency" to mean that financial data for a previously reported period are translated into U.S. dollars using the same foreign currency exchange rates that were used to translate financial data for the current period.
Yemen's state news agency says the president visited the three wounded officials at the Saudi hospital on Sunday, and expressed happiness about what it calls the "constant progress in their health."
The other constant is the Anthony Road TBA, you know!
I am Azshara! she silently insisted, her expression constant.
He also hit out at what he described as the constant resort to lies to advance immoral purposes, as well as the use of the mass media to camouflage corrupt practices.