Thesaurus / discontinuous
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To the discontinuous variations Darwin attached very little importance from an evolutionary point of view.

Only the facts are so discontinuous so far that possibly all our generation can do may be to get 'em called facts.

All these various cracks reveal the same features: they are discontinuous, they begin and end without definition.

Mars and its MysteryEdward Sylvester Morse

The locality records indicate that the range is discontinuous (Duellman, 1956:27).

Weather-experience as it thus comes to Boston, is discontinuous and chaotic.

PragmatismWilliam James

An operation of a discontinuous group must necessarily be specified Properly and improperly discontinuous groups.

Intuition is there, however, but vague and above all discontinuous.

Creative EvolutionHenri Bergson

A boy far more than a man is mentally a discontinuous being.

The Passionate FriendsHerbert George Wells

The nectarine from the peach, thus becomes as clear-cut a case of discontinuous variation as can be.

Its area was discontinuous, and its inland boundaries towards the back country were vaguely defined.

Early BritainGrant Allen

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