1. continuity

noun. ['ˌkɑːntəˈnuːəti'] uninterrupted connection or union.


  • coherency
  • cohesion
  • coherence


  • discontinuity
  • unsoundness
  • weak
  • vulnerability

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Rhymes with Continuity

  • promiscuity
  • ambiguity
  • ingenuity
  • congruity
  • acuity
  • annuity

How do you pronounce continuity?

Pronounce continuity as ˌkɑntəˈnuəti.

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Sentences with continuity

1. Noun, singular or mass
Microsoft has built continuity into each of its programs so you can share information seamlessly between each of them.

Quotes about continuity

1. We have become, by the power of a glorious evolutionary accident called intelligence, the stewards of life's continuity on earth. We did not ask for this role, but we cannot abjure it. We may not be suited to it, but here we are.
- Stephen Jay Gould, The Flamingo's Smile: Reflections in Natural History

2. We need to bridge our sense of loneliness and disconnection with a sense of community and continuity even if we must manufacture it from our time on the Web and our use of calling cards to connect long distance. We must “log on” somewhere, and if it is only in cyberspace, that is still far better than nowhere at all. (264)
- Julia Cameron, God is No Laughing Matter

3. Everything science has taught me strengthens my belief in the continuity of our spiritual existence after death. I believe in an immortal soul. Science has proved that nothing disintegrates into nothingness. Life and soul, therefore, cannot disintegrate into nothingness, and so are immortal.
- Werner Von Braun

2. continuity

noun. ['ˌkɑːntəˈnuːəti'] the property of a continuous and connected period of time.


  • continuous
  • persistence
  • durability
  • enduringness
  • uninterrupted
  • strength


  • destructibility
  • impermanence
  • broken
  • discontinuance

3. continuity

noun. ['ˌkɑːntəˈnuːəti'] a detailed script used in making a film in order to avoid discontinuities from shot to shot.


  • book
  • script


  • weak part
  • strong
  • delicate