con·tin·u·ance noun \kən-ˈtin-yü-ən(t)s\
: the act of continuing for a long period of time
: the period of time when something continues
law : a legal decision that a court case will continue at a later date
: an adjournment of a court case to a future day
Examples of CONTINUANCE
- No changes to the property are allowed during the continuance of the lease.
- The lawyer asked the judge for a continuance.
First Known Use of CONTINUANCE
Related to CONTINUANCE
- duration, date, life, life span, lifetime, run, standing, time
- cessation, close, discontinuance, discontinuity, end, ending, expiration, finish, stoppage, surcease, termination
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