He adjective incessant It is used to qualify that which does not cease : that is does not stop, slows down or is interrupted . The term is also used to refer to what repeated or repeated frequently .
For example: "The political violence in the Central American country is incessant and causes great concern at the international level", "The English club continues its relentless search for reinforcements to face next season", “An incessant noise coming from the house next door prevented me from sleeping”.
The incessant, in short, does not stop . Take the case of a neighborhood where, for a year, there is an average of five robberies a day. The episodes follow each other and the victims multiply. It can be said, in this context, that the wave of insecurity suffered by the neighborhood in question is incessant: the neighbors don't peace since they are in permanent risk.
Imagine that in one city , it rains for ten hours without interruption. The rain, therefore, is incessant. At no time does rainfall stop and water already accumulates in multiple areas of the town.
When the ceaseless stops, it ceases to be. Thats why he concept In general, it can only be applied temporarily and in specific situations. If a ship disappears on the high seas in the middle of a storm, the authorities will start a search to find it. This search will be incessant until, finally, the vessel is found, which may have been shipwrecked or suffered a problem in its communications system, to name two possibilities. Once the ship is found, the search ceases.