discontinued

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As soon as the action was discontinued, Nelson went on board the admiral's ship.

If you've discontinued your engagement Betty doesn't know it.

Of course, it will be for you to say if this correspondence should be discontinued.

“Those letters, I am afraid, must be discontinued,” Domiloff said.

Within a week the use of the dark gas had had to be discontinued.

Even its little post office was discontinued by the Government.

Not a trace of him could any where be discovered; and the search was, after a few days, discontinued.

If the relatives or friends could pay a fine this penalty was discontinued.

As Hillard never received any answer to his personal, he discontinued it.

It was only at midnight that the dance was discontinued, at the suggestion of Elise.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Old French discontinuer (14c.), from Medieval Latin discontinuare, from dis- "not" (see dis-) + Latin continuare "to continue" (see continue). Related: Discontinued; discontinuity; discontinuous; discontinuation.

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