Continuance synonyms

kən-tĭn'yo͝o-əns
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(in the singular, not followed by "of") The time taken for the current situation to end, especially the current war
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The period of this extra time:
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The act of prolonging existence, of keeping something alive or active.
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An extension by which something is carried to a further point:
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The action of adjourning.
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Freedom from variation or change; regularity; stability
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The definition of continuity refers to something occurring in an uninterrupted state, or on a steady and ongoing basis.
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Continuing existence; duration.
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(Computing) A contiguous area of storage in a file system.
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Length of time spent in service, employment, etc.
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The continuance of an effect after the removal of its cause
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(--- Computers) A set of instructions that performs a specific task; a subroutine or function.
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A result or consequence
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A brief period of residence or visiting.
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A word or phrase, especially one from a specialised area of knowledge.
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A halt or stay, as on a trip:
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A stopping or being stopped
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A confinement, detention, as after an arrest.
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Any person or thing that hinders; obstacle; impediment; obstruction
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Something that obstructs; an obstacle:
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(Grammar) The last morpheme of a word, added to some base to make an inflected form (such as -ing in "ending").
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(Sports) A shot on goal, especially one that ends in a goal.
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The cessation of an effort, activity, state, or motion.
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A continuous whole, quantity, or series; thing whose parts cannot be separated or separately discerned
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(Uncountable) The state of being persistent
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(Video games) an option allowing a player to resume a saved game.
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The voluntary termination of litigation by a plaintiff who has elected not to pursue it or by both parties pursuant to a settlement.
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Find another word for continuance. In this page you can discover 29 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for continuance, like: duration, extension, perpetuation, continuation, adjournment, constancy, continuity, endurance, extent, longevity and perseverance.