Continuity

Con`ti*nu"i*ty

(?), n.;
pl. Continuities (#)
. [L. continuitas: cf. F. continuit. See Continuous.] the state of being continuous; uninterrupted connection or succession; close union of parts; cohesion; as, the continuity of fibers. Grew.
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The sight would be tired, if it were attracted by a continuity of glittering objects.
Dryden.
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Law of continuity (Math. & Physics), the principle that nothing passes from one state to another without passing through all the intermediate states. -- Solution of continuity. (Math.) See under Solution.
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Con*ti"nu*o

(? ), n. [It.] (Mus.) Basso continuo, or continued bass.
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