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Con*tin"ue

, v. t. 1. To unite; to connect. [Obs.]
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the use of the navel is to continue the infant unto the mother.
Sir T. browne.
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2. To protract or extend in duration; to preserve or persist in; to cease not.
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O continue thy loving kindness unto them that know thee.
Ps. xxxvi. 10.
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You know how to make yourself happy by only continuing such a life as you have been long accustomed to lead.
Pope.
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3. To carry onward or extend; to prolong or produce; to add to or draw out in length.
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A bridge of wond'rous length,
From hell continued, reaching th' utmost orb
of this frail world.
Milton.
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4. To retain; to suffer or cause to remain; as, the trustees were continued; also, to suffer to live.
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And how shall we continue Claudio.
Shak.
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