continent

[ kon-tn-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF continent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTINENT

Vienna has had her share in the general improvement of the Continent.

War is a rough teacher, but it is evidently the only one for the Continent.

The people were better fed and better clothed than any of their neighbours on the Continent.

Let us proceed with the continent where we find ourselves at present, resumed Hatteras.

"You were on the continent this morning, Father Jos," said Cornelius.

They are like explorers who should mistake a boundary for the interior of a continent.

The migration of Europeans to the American continent was the final step.

What parts of the continent did Cartier become interested in?

Belgium has the best-developed track system on the continent.

It was lower, however, in the other countries of the European continent.

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