- continuity announcer,
- continuity equation,
- continuity girl,
- continuous assessment,
- continuous bar retainer,
- continuous capillary,
- continuous casting,
- continuous creation
Origin of continuous
Examples from the Web for non-continuous
It possessed, of course, the disadvantage of all field works of a non-continuous nature: it might be outflanked and surrounded.Canada in Flanders, Volume II (of 3)|Lord Max Aitken Beaverbrook
In non-continuous industries, maintenance of existing standard working day as basic.
Meantime Fraunhofer made the discovery that the spectrum of an ignited gaseous body is non-continuous, and has interrupting lines.New Witnesses for God (Volume 2 of 3)|B. H. Roberts
Word Origin for continuous
1640s, from French continueus or directly from Latin continuus "uninterrupted, hanging together" (see continue). Related: Continuously.