Difference between revisions of "Incessant"
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cess: derive from Latin "cedere", meaning "go"
-ant: [someone/something] of doing something
So incessant means:
Of not going away.
It means "never stopping".
Evolution of usage
The rain of not going away caused the mudslide.
Incessant rain caused the mudslide.