continuance

[ kuhn-tin-yoo-uhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF continuance

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTINUANCE

Besides, he condemned the continuance of the war duties in times of peace.

Surely it is by its continuance; by its effect upon the life later.

He promised a continuance of his favors, and admonished them to be grateful.

Dorcas is a neat creature, both in person and dress; her continuance not vulgar.

Hence the continuance of its use upon the Killingworth Railway.

In the flowing of love, in the adoration of humility, there is no question of continuance.

Viewed in the light of science, would not the continuance of such regulations be ridiculous?

By a vote of 325 against 57 the continuance of the war was declared necessary.

Israel is not indispensable to the continuance of the true religion.

Monotony was already so familiar that its continuance was a foreknown evil.

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