a: having one or more interruptions in a sequence or in a stretch of time or spacea noncontinuous hiking trail
bmathematics : not mathematically continuous (see continuoussense 2)a noncontinuous function
Examples of noncontinuous in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebThere, Russia maintains the noncontinuous territory of Kaliningrad, a militarized outpost between Poland and Lithuania on the Baltic coast and studied by NATO as the potential area where trouble could begin.
Abraham Mahshie, Washington Examiner, 14 May 2020 Inside the book were hundreds of pages of delicate pen-and-ink renderings of brain cells by the 20th-century Spanish scientist Santiago Ramón y Cajal, who discovered the noncontinuous nature of neurons, which communicate across a minuscule gap.
Lizzie Feidelson, New York Times, 10 Mar. 2020 Early storylines ■ Wellesley looks to increase its close lead over Needham (62-60-9) in teh country’s oldest noncontinuous high school rivalry.
BostonGlobe.com, 28 Nov. 2019
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