- contingent fee,
- contingent liability,
- contingent worker,
- continuation school,
Origin of continuance
Examples from the Web for continuance
The fact is that to respond ‘proportionally’ in warfare is merely to ensure the continuance of the conflict.
Or, as he expresses it, ‘our belief of the continuance of the laws of nature.’History of Civilization in England, Vol. 3 of 3|Henry Thomas Buckle
Thus the very points in which they differed seemed, in some measure, to ensure the continuance of their mutual affection.Bride of Lammermoor|Sir Walter Scott
Continuance of the society depends on satisfaction of those primarily personal needs which result in marriage and parenthood.The Data of Ethics|Herbert Spencer
Luckily, I had waited a sentence or two outside the door, or I should have had no clue to bespeak a continuance of the subject.Secresy|E. (Eliza) Fenwick
No case has been presented to me in which the evidence afforded of a continuance of disability seems so inconclusive.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents|Grover Cleveland
mid-14c., "a keeping up, a going on," from Old French continuance (13c.), from continuer (see continue).