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adjective con·tin·u·ing \kən-ˈtin-yü-iŋ\

Definition of continuing

  1. 1 :  continuous, constant continuing poverty

  2. 2 :  needing no renewal :  enduring continuing fame a continuing contract

continuingly

adverb

Examples of continuing in a sentence

  1. the continuing success of the chain as it opens stores around the country

  2. the public's continuing interest in every aspect of the lives of celebrities

Origin and Etymology of continuing

see continual


First Known Use: 14th century


Law Dictionary

continuing

adjective con·tin·u·ing

Legal Definition of continuing

  1. 1 :  marked by uninterrupted extension in time or sequence a continuing criminal enterprise

  2. 2 :  needing no renewal continuing shareholders



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