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Pronunciation:

[k_ɒ_n_t_ɪ_n_j_ˈuː_ɪ_t_ɪ], [kɒntɪnjˈuːɪtɪ], [kɒntɪnjˈuːɪtɪ]
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Synonyms for Continuity:

cohesion (noun) stability (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Continuity:

  • conviniate,
  • continuin,
  • countinually,
  • contibuter,
  • contnuies,
  • continuting,
  • contenuity,
  • continuely,
  • contingicy,
  • contunity,
  • contunied,
  • spontaneuity,
  • contanstly,
  • conitniue,
  • continuly,
  • continuied,
  • contirutue,
  • contineuing,
  • continuily,
  • contenito,
  • countinuing,
  • continius,
  • coninutiy,
  • continuelly,
  • continly,
  • conniticut,
  • continuye,
  • continiuing,
  • continuate,
  • continuious,
  • conitinuing,
  • continualy,
  • contirbutor,
  • cntinuing,
  • contunuity,
  • conetticut,
  • ocntinued,
  • continueing,
  • continuallly,
  • conitnually,
  • contuinity,
  • continte,
  • coninute,
  • continute,
  • countinuly,
  • contiunuing,
  • conitnuing,
  • contunite,
  • contiunally,
  • conditiaonlity,
  • continet,
  • contintue,
  • contibite,
  • conitunatey,
  • conneticit,
  • continiued,
  • conitunued,
  • contiunity,
  • dicontinute,
  • conneticuit,
  • continuety,
  • contninued,
  • acontinued,
  • continut,
  • conneticutt,
  • contibute,
  • continoius,
  • continate,
  • continuios,
  • continetn,
  • continuted,
  • continuium,
  • continie,
  • contiute,
  • continuaing,
  • contineutal,
  • continium,
  • continueious,
  • conntivity,
  • contnuity,
  • continiuos,
  • conunity,
  • conmmunity,
  • continuued,
  • continuouslty,
  • contiency,
  • continatal,
  • centainty,
  • continuice,
  • continuiing,
  • continouing,
  • continuded,
  • conitnumim,
  • countinueing,
  • continuies,
  • continuuing,
  • continuig,
  • continuim,
  • comnmunity,
  • continuest,
  • contingecy,
  • continaully,
  • continiues,
  • continured,
  • continuedto,
  • contanily,
  • continuet,
  • continuealy,
  • connetivity,
  • continital,
  • continuine,
  • continuaty,
  • contuit,
  • continiu,
  • connetticut,
  • conitnued,
  • conticntue,
  • continueyour,
  • continunity,
  • genuinity,
  • continueally,
  • continud,
  • continint,
  • continutaion,
  • hecontinued,
  • continumum,
  • continget,
  • continutity,
  • contniuing,
  • cornnunity,
  • coninuity,
  • contintually,
  • contintuing,
  • continueig,
  • contint,
  • contenuies,
  • contingisy,
  • continuitity,
  • continiuty,
  • continuially,
  • contiinuing,
  • conneticute,
  • continuis,
  • contuinually,
  • contitute,
  • contenuie,
  • continuallt,
  • continueto,
  • continuois,
  • continuial,
  • contwnually,
  • contintly,
  • continuoity,
  • continuie,
  • continied,
  • contunually,
  • comntinued,
  • continuatity,
  • continutiy,
  • contiinually,
  • continuined,
  • cantenbury,
  • continuiti,
  • contuniued,
  • contanuity,
  • contibutor,
  • continnet,
  • continueity,
  • continally,
  • cotninued,
  • contiuning,
  • continiuity,
  • continulay,
  • conitunied,
  • candndiate,
  • continplate,
  • contnuie,
  • continueed,
  • continully,
  • conunty,
  • contuinuing,
  • continujed,
  • contiunually,
  • continity,
  • continuoius,
  • continuacy,
  • contineint,
  • continuius,
  • continuetiy,
  • continnuing,
  • continuley,
  • continuatuion,
  • continiou,
  • contenuied,
  • continuty,
  • countinuity,
  • continuesto,
  • contiuity,
  • ciontinued,
  • continiue,
  • continuuity,
  • contuinilly,
  • contrinute,
  • conmunity,
  • condivitiy,
  • conneticuite,
  • continty,
  • continiet,
  • continnually,
  • continutly,
  • contionality,
  • contiunely,
  • contiunly,
  • contunuie,
  • contunuied,
  • countinouis,
  • continuein,
  • continuign,
  • continuoing,
  • contiuneing,
  • contiunig,
  • contuinueing,
  • continueaty,
  • continuuty,
  • contiunuit,
  • continuoued,
  • quntatity.

Rhymes for Continuity:

  1. congruity, annuity, gratuity, acuity;
  2. ingenuity, ambiguity, perpetuity, promiscuity, incongruity;
  3. discontinuity;

Quotes for Continuity:

  1. Hence my obstinate emphasis on stylistic continuity from work to work rather than specific sibling relationships between the individual work and other members of its stylistic 'family' in the world outside. Brian Ferneyhough.
  2. Continuity is at the heart of conservatism: ecology serves that heart. Garrett Hardin.
  3. Order, unity, and continuity are human inventions, just as truly as catalogues and encyclopedias. Bertrand Russell.

Adjectives for Continuity:

  • unbroken and rational,
  • ly poor,
  • massively unwieldy,
  • huge and massively unwieldy,
  • physical nor psychological,
  • extratextual,
  • enough societal,
  • fancy unbroken,
  • unbroken geographical,
  • unbroken causative,
  • meaningless and inoperable,
  • ``historical,
  • obvious racial,
  • further feminine,
  • sophisticated urban,
  • electrical,
  • absolutely unbroken,
  • historical,
  • own genetic,
  • much dramatic,
  • spatial and temporal,
  • inoperable,
  • contextual,
  • just bad,
  • generational,
  • causative,
  • directionless,
  • eagle-eyed,
  • retroactive,
  • archival,
  • previously unknown,
  • snooty,
  • such absolute,
  • societal,
  • textual,
  • existential,
  • little personal,
  • space-time,
  • ical,
  • somewhat less,
  • smoother,
  • cognitive,
  • seemingly endless,
  • less and less,
  • timeless,
  • fiscal,
  • truer,
  • operational,
  • noiseless,
  • bureaucratic,
  • unwieldy,
  • ostentatious,
  • twentieth,
  • sensuous,
  • depressing,
  • harmonious,
  • specialized,
  • urban,
  • closer,
  • meaningless,
  • indispensable,
  • placid,
  • cosmic,
  • reliable,
  • diverse,
  • pleasing,
  • financial,
  • ambitious,
  • feminine,
  • feeble,
  • gorgeous,
  • primary,
  • positive,
  • harsh,
  • rapid,
  • suitable,
  • scientific,
  • unknown,
  • quick,
  • royal,
  • distant,
  • final,
  • bad,
  • main,
  • famous,
  • black,
  • better day-to-day,
  • factual, thematic and stylistic,
  • well-rounded and unbroken,
  • higher conceptual,
  • compact uninterrupted,
  • unbroken sentimental,
  • intolerable and glaring,
  • sure, unbroken,
  • general uninterrupted,
  • huge and steadying,
  • natural and unbroken,
  • rational or organic,
  • mathematically successful,
  • genial and breezy,
  • physical and even intellectual,
  • self-supporting volitional,
  • historic and understandable,
  • spiritual, teleological,
  • valuable and clearer,
  • less cultural,
  • signal and large,
  • tranquil and terrible,
  • slightly staggering,
  • spiritual or quasi-spiritual,
  • qualitative and pervasive,
  • unbroken political,
  • historical,
  • germinal,
  • visible mechanical,
  • absolute, unbroken,
  • thematic and stylistic,
  • numerical and spatial,
  • vital physical,
  • conscious, individual,
  • comparatively undisturbed,
  • fine and admirable,
  • still apparent,
  • old, smooth,
  • complete and unbroken,
  • calm, unbroken,
  • actual biological,
  • long local,
  • slow, rhythmical,
  • smooth outer,
  • quasi-spiritual,
  • logical and psychological,
  • sufficient historical,
  • practically unbroken,
  • necessary such,
  • ethical and economic,
  • more architectural,
  • certain conscious,
  • such unbroken,
  • strict historical,
  • perfect spiritual,
  • same severe,
  • full and true,
  • certain emotional,
  • unenvied,
  • actual personal,
  • such historical,
  • certain historical,
  • determinable,
  • historical,
  • more evident,
  • undefeated,
  • such strict,
  • little apparent,
  • cartesian,
  • physical and intellectual,
  • absolutely perfect,
  • volitional,
  • close-knit,
  • such social,
  • religious and moral,
  • such apparent,
  • less complete,
  • rectilinear,
  • perceptual,
  • cinematic,
  • such remarkable,
  • factual,
  • more exact,
  • alphabetical,
  • such obvious,
  • well-rounded,
  • topical,
  • day-to-day,
  • dreamlike,
  • such perfect,
  • conceptual,
  • still less,
  • moral and intellectual,
  • monarchical,
  • dynastic,
  • almost perfect,
  • thoroughgoing,
  • didactic,
  • greater or less,
  • understandable,
  • inorganic,
  • subliminal,
  • unremitting,
  • integral,
  • pervasive,
  • rhythmical,
  • undivided,
  • greatest possible,
  • impregnable,
  • metrical,
  • empirical,
  • ever-changing,
  • lyrical,
  • numerical,
  • ostensible,
  • deathless,
  • fluent,
  • undying,
  • peerless,
  • cellular,
  • unprofitable,
  • salutary,
  • clearer,
  • immeasurable,
  • consecutive,
  • cerebral,
  • thermal,
  • symmetrical,
  • dizzy,
  • breezy,
  • posterior,
  • tireless,
  • degenerate,
  • pristine,
  • conversational,
  • far-reaching,
  • unsuspected,
  • perennial,
  • staggering,
  • perceptible,
  • tumultuous,
  • spurious,
  • fruitful,
  • civic,
  • leaden,
  • cuban,
  • far less,
  • chaotic,
  • suave,
  • architectural,
  • gradual,
  • lateral,
  • sovereign,
  • requisite,
  • swollen,
  • merciless,
  • manifest,
  • instinctive,
  • victorious,
  • perilous,
  • incessant,
  • verbal,
  • indifferent,
  • genial,
  • satisfactory,
  • uncertain,
  • signal,
  • sentimental,
  • technical,
  • hopeless,
  • everlasting,
  • persistent,
  • liquid,
  • economic,
  • rigid,
  • greater,
  • impressive,
  • dreary,
  • unseen,
  • vivid,
  • mutual,
  • dense,
  • noisy,
  • specific,
  • stern,
  • perpetual,
  • nervous,
  • ideal,
  • unique,
  • outer,
  • ragged,
  • basic,
  • severe,
  • hideous,
  • exquisite,
  • savage,
  • invisible,
  • wise,
  • traditional,
  • valuable,
  • divine,
  • sole,
  • practical,
  • distinct,
  • professional,
  • innocent,
  • religious,
  • active,
  • total,
  • successful,
  • glorious,
  • extraordinary,
  • constant,
  • slow,
  • stupid,
  • awful,
  • genuine,
  • silent,
  • happy,
  • magnificent,
  • sure,
  • major,
  • splendid,
  • greatest,
  • broad,
  • terrible,
  • local,
  • cold,
  • special,
  • pure,
  • past,
  • present,
  • old,
  • glacial, erratic,
  • evolutionary, historic,
  • long-term technological,
  • smooth, stealthy,
  • clear and accountable,
  • intelligible and explanatory,
  • now material and formal,
  • unbroken historical,
  • mere identical,
  • conscious logical,
  • unbroken physical,
  • now material,
  • once natural,
  • perfect electrical,
  • organic human,
  • cool silvery,
  • psychological and historical,
  • equally evident,
  • self-identical,
  • notoriously poor,
  • same historic,
  • accountable,
  • such spiritual,
  • unflagging,
  • unruffled,
  • oratorical,
  • explanatory,
  • deal more,
  • homogeneous,
  • more perfect,
  • strictest,
  • evolutionary,
  • glacial,
  • structural,
  • undeniable,
  • stealthy,
  • fateful,
  • rigorous,
  • technological,
  • erratic,
  • indefinite,
  • inexorable,
  • intolerable,
  • dreamy,
  • systematic,
  • longest,
  • magnetic,
  • relative,
  • silvery,
  • identical,
  • impossible,
  • external,
  • sturdy,
  • sheer,
  • literary,
  • immediate,
  • universal,
  • solid,
  • single,
  • similar protoplasmic,
  • unbroken historic,
  • former geographical,
  • strong cultural,
  • almost sleepless,
  • general cultural,
  • true historical,
  • narrative,
  • mineralogical,
  • teleological,
  • typewritten,
  • organizational,
  • stylistic,
  • steadying,
  • indivisible,
  • uneventful,
  • ideological,
  • sleepless,
  • haphazard,
  • unrelenting,
  • unchanging,
  • linear,
  • molecular,
  • geological,
  • inherent,
  • ceaseless,
  • ethical,
  • comparative,
  • horizontal,
  • stable,
  • closest,
  • poetic,
  • probable,
  • metallic,
  • significant,
  • profound,
  • loyal,
  • continuous,
  • exact,
  • characteristic,
  • graceful,
  • decent,
  • internal,
  • admirable,
  • vague,
  • more or less,
  • strange,
  • fine,
  • white,
  • more,
  • great historical,
  • stricter,
  • immaterial,
  • psychical,
  • intelligible,
  • abiding,
  • steadfast,
  • impassioned,
  • long-term,
  • administrative,
  • tranquil,
  • visual,
  • glaring,
  • temporal,
  • corporate,
  • eerie,
  • inexplicable,
  • fundamental,
  • successive,
  • electric,
  • corresponding,
  • infinite,
  • musical,
  • calm,
  • legal,
  • definite,
  • fatal,
  • inner,
  • considerable,
  • normal,
  • clear,
  • huge,
  • material and formal,
  • racial and cultural,
  • great luminous,
  • real historical,
  • thematic,
  • germinal,
  • chronological,
  • undisturbed,
  • intrinsic,
  • evident,
  • luminous,
  • seeming,
  • marvelous,
  • vital,
  • artistic,
  • deeper,
  • inevitable,
  • subtle,
  • comfortable,
  • primitive,
  • sad,
  • previous,
  • individual,
  • actual,
  • occasional,
  • possible,
  • vast,
  • least,
  • full,
  • grand,
  • poor,
  • developmental,
  • physiological,
  • boundless,
  • monotonous,
  • rational,
  • imperfect,
  • reasonable,
  • sensible,
  • visible,
  • steady,
  • deep,
  • strong,
  • beautiful,
  • whole,
  • reproductive,
  • serial,
  • optical,
  • regional,
  • progressive,
  • psychic,
  • adequate,
  • strict,
  • intellectual,
  • singular,
  • obvious,
  • secret,
  • sweet,
  • unceasing,
  • substantial,
  • unusual,
  • chief,
  • wonderful,
  • qualitative,
  • unbreakable,
  • territorial,
  • spatial,
  • dramatic,
  • emotional,
  • political,
  • regular,
  • entire,
  • proper,
  • fair,
  • mechanical,
  • national,
  • possessive,
  • mathematical,
  • electrical,
  • conscious,
  • necessary,
  • mental,
  • similar,
  • original,
  • ancient,
  • general,
  • causal,
  • functional,
  • sufficient,
  • endless,
  • rhythmic,
  • genetic,
  • eternal,
  • rare,
  • almost unbroken,
  • psychological,
  • geometrical,
  • former,
  • moral,
  • smooth,
  • natural,
  • simple,
  • spiritual,
  • human,
  • racial,
  • biological,
  • protoplasmic,
  • remarkable,
  • dynamic,
  • long,
  • formal,
  • less,
  • uninterrupted,
  • uncommon,
  • apparent,
  • true,
  • geographical,
  • social,
  • personal,
  • organic,
  • essential,
  • material,
  • mere,
  • complete,
  • logical,
  • absolute,
  • direct,
  • cultural,
  • perfect,
  • historic,
  • certain,
  • physical,
  • historical,
  • unbroken.
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