Pronunciation of Continue
/kəntˈɪnjuː/, /kəntˈɪnjuː/, /k_ə_n_t_ˈɪ_n_j_uː/
Synonyms for continue:
disruption, deplete, cancel, endless, return to, resign, chip in, abolition, cancellation, disintegrate, periodical, perpetual, scratch, jam, temporal, inconstant, permanent, unfaithful, get out, conclusion, pursue, negate, hardy, transient, interrupt, see out, old, flash, periodic, treachery, replay, substantial, tie up, relinquish, fidelity, treacherous, stick to, quench, reprise, perseverance, capricious, fantastical, steadfast, renewal, ad interim, continuity, insistence, solid, retry, intermission, eternal, whimsical, thread, urgent, desiccate, sturdy, arrest, insist, fugitive, unfailing, temperamental, infidelity, add, erase, undo, repose, dust off, recline, variable, perpetuity, fitful, stall, avoidance, flicker, cut off, stubborn, pertinacious, acclimate, relentless, traitorous, stick with.
scrub, obstinate, occasional, recess, lie, continuation, secure, soundness, untrue, pause, see through, tough, freakish, fickle, ticklish, rerun, rugged, wink, go ahead, blot, endurance, stability, fleet, follow through, steady, revival, eternity, reversal, obliterate, erratic, security, immortality, changeable, urge, fragment, volatile, instance, vacate, firmness, relax.
go forward, move on.
hang on, hold out for.
persist in, keep at.
put up with.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Usage examples for continue:
- Oh, she said, you are going to tell me- I know what it is you are going to say- that this cannot continue. - "A Country Gentleman and his Family", Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant.
- This it would be out of my power to continue for you. - "The Quest of the Golden Girl", Richard le Gallienne.
- She was frightened, and she did not continue. - "Ovington's Bank", Stanley J. Weyman.