What is another word for discontinuity?

295 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ d_ˌɪ_s_k_ə_n_t_ɪ_n_j_ˈuː_ɪ_t_ɪ], [ dˌɪskəntɪnjˈuːɪtɪ], [ dˌɪskəntɪnjˈuːɪtɪ]

Synonyms for Discontinuity:

incompleteness (noun) Other synonyms:
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Rhymes for Discontinuity:

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

Quotes for Discontinuity:

  1. Numbers are the product of counting. Quantities are the product of measurement. This means that numbers can conceivably be accurate because there is a discontinuity between each integer and the next. Gregory Bateson.
  2. Fluidity and discontinuity are central to the reality in which we live. Mary Catherine Bateson.
  3. The sound is the key; audiences will accept visual discontinuity much more easily than they'll accept jumps in the sound. If the track makes sense, you can do almost anything visually. Paul Hirsch.

Adjectives for Discontinuity:

  • mysterious hyperdimensional,
  • random space-time,
  • partial corresponding,
  • erpetual,
  • trans-dimensional,
  • n-dimensional,
  • hyperdimensional,
  • spacial,
  • sheared,
  • barely perceptible,
  • pragmatic,
  • purposeful,
  • perceptible,
  • fuzzy,
  • rectangular,
  • glaring,
  • manifest,
  • insane,
  • vertical,
  • able,
  • corresponding,
  • striking,
  • smallest,
  • definite,
  • basic,
  • universal,
  • political,
  • gray,
  • so-called,
  • special,
  • great cultural,
  • geological and geographical,
  • spatial and temporal,
  • local and temporary,
  • sharp, clear,
  • space-time,
  • unconnected,
  • discrete,
  • recurrent,
  • finite,
  • fitful,
  • geological,
  • geographical,
  • intermittent,
  • strangest,
  • consistent,
  • subterranean,
  • theological,
  • disturbing,
  • magnetic,
  • evident,
  • rigid,
  • visible,
  • hideous,
  • obvious,
  • temporary,
  • moral,
  • honest,
  • awful,
  • clear,
  • occasional,
  • greatest,
  • curious,
  • important,
  • terrible,
  • pure,
  • mere,
  • abrupt and total,
  • small and subtle,
  • same agreeable,
  • fortuitous,
  • discernible,
  • jerky,
  • unforeseen,
  • orbital,
  • cultural,
  • abrupt,
  • jagged,
  • momentary,
  • agreeable,
  • essential,
  • painful,
  • artificial,
  • absolute,
  • complete,
  • strange,
  • small,
  • dark,
  • discontinuous,
  • catastrophic,
  • molecular,
  • radical,
  • seeming,
  • utter,
  • subtle,
  • total,
  • slight,
  • peculiar,
  • personal,
  • final,
  • deep robotic,
  • definitive,
  • robotic,
  • genetic,
  • slender,
  • silent,
  • paradoxical,
  • aimless,
  • chronological,
  • significant,
  • physical,
  • sudden,
  • psychological,
  • deepest,
  • local,
  • spatial,
  • visual,
  • apparent,
  • sharp,
  • temporal,
  • ultimate.
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