Definition of continued
1 : lasting or extending without interruption continued success
2 : resumed after interruption a continued story
Examples of continued in a Sentence
Please accept our best wishes for your continued success.
The colors of the paint will fade with continued exposure to the sun.
Recent Examples of continued from the Web
Watch continued coverage on Bloomberg Television for more on issues surrounding oil, investment, and markets.
Bosh missed the entire 2016-17 season after failing his team physical because of continued blood clotting, which dated back to the 2015-16 season.
Under the extension, the contract too is continued day-to-day.
Ethics experts say his continued appearances at his own for-profit properties double as a form of advertising that inappropriately enriches him.
Sadly, that ignorance of Juneteenth reflects a deeper issue: the continued existence of two histories, black and white, separate and unequal.
Solar panels and wind turbines are becoming cheaper and more commercially viable, meaning investor interest may spur continued growth in the future.
Continued appreciation to Capitol Police & first responders.
A total of 22 cities bid to host the event (including Canton), setting up exactly the kind of competition that the NFL wants to spur facility upgrades and continued expansion of the event.
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First Known Use of continued
CONTINUED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of continued for English Language Learners
: lasting or happening for a long time without interruption
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