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continuous +‎ -ness

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continuousness (uncountable)

  1. The state or quality of being continuous.
    • 1867, Henry Noble Day, The Art of Discourse[1]:
      Continuousness is that property of style which represents the thought as connected and flowing.
    • 1992, William Frawley, Linguistic Semantics[2]:
      Statives, however, are characterized by internal homogeneity and continuousness; they are unbounded in time, just as mass nouns are unbounded in space.

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