Definition of Continuousness

1. Noun. The quality of something that continues without end or interruption.

Exact synonyms: Ceaselessness, Incessancy, Incessantness
Generic synonyms: Endlessness
Derivative terms: Ceaseless, Continuous, Incessant, Incessant



Definition of Continuousness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being continuous. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Continuousness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Continuousness

continuous processing
continuous quality improvement
continuous random variable
continuous receiver watch
continuous spectrum
continuous spinal anaesthesia
continuous suture
continuous tense
continuous time model
continuous tremor
continuous variable
continuous variables
continuously
continuously variable transmission
continuously variable transmissions
continuousness (current term)
continuum
continuum hypothesis
continuumlike
continuums
contline
contlines
conto
contoid
contoids
contone
contorno
contornos
contorsion
contorsional

Literary usage of Continuousness

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1. The Art of Discourse: A System of Rhetoric, Adapted for Use in Colleges and by Henry Noble Day (1872)
"continuousness is that property of style which represents the thought as connected and flowing- All thought in a cultivated and disciplined mind is ..."

2. Outlines of the History of the English Language by Thomas Northcote Toller (1900)
"... strong declensions — early loss and confusion of grammatical forms—continuousness of change — later history of change — different conditions of Northern ..."

3. Rhetorical Praxis: The Principles of Rhetoric, Exemplified and Applied in by Henry Noble Day (1861)
"continuousness represents the thought as connected and flowing; and is opposed to a broken, leaping style, or to short, abrupt sentences. ..."

4. "These Sayings of Mine:": Pulpit Notes on Seven Chapters of the First Gospel by Joseph Parker (1881)
"THE continuousness OF HISTORY—REPENTANCE A COMMON TERM TEACHING POSITIVE AS WELL AS NEGATIVE—THE TRUE BAPTISM. PRAYER. ALMIGHTY GOD, our voice is lifted up ..."

5. Reports of One Hundred & Ninety Cases in the Irish Land Courts: With by Robert Donnell (1876)
"... tenant-right than a letting at a fair rent—there must be an expectation derived from general practice or custom, of the continuousness of the interest. ..."

6. Man's Unconscious Spirit: The Psychoanalysis of Spiritism by Wilfrid Lay (1921)
"... of the equinoxes and becoming a bit excited about the unwillingness of astronomers to accept his reconstruction. § 3. continuousness of Urge From the ..."

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