continuous

[ kuh n-tin-yoo-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF continuous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTINUOUS

She always thought of seventy-nine as one continuous November.

Porter viewed this continuous performance with silent skepticism.

This report was followed by another, and yet another, and now by one continuous volley.

At its highest speed this ticking changed into a continuous sound of trickling.

The thunder was not loud, but it kept up a continuous muttering and rumbling.

The effort of continuous talking wearied him, and presently he dozed off.

For a moment the only sound was that of the continuous rumble of the wheels.

There must therefore be a cause at each moment and a continuous cause.

His diligence was so continuous and so regular that it became habitual.

But this circle had a continuous tendency to draw in upon him.

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