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continuative

adjective con·tin·u·a·tive \kən-ˈtin-yə-ˌwā-tiv, -yü-ˌā-; -wə-tiv, -yü-ə-\

Definition of CONTINUATIVE

:  expressing continuity or continuation (as of an idea or action)

First Known Use of CONTINUATIVE

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