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Etymology edit

uninterrupted +‎ -ness

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uninterruptedness (uncountable)

  1. The state or condition of being uninterrupted.
    • 1903, Henry James, The Ambassadors[1]:
      Strether didn't, as he talked, absolutely follow himself; he only knew he was clutching his thread and that he held it, from moment to moment, a little tighter; his mere uninterruptedness, for five minutes, helped him to do that.

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