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Spell Check of continue

Correct spelling: continue

Definition of continue:

  1. To protract; to extend; to produce or draw out in length; to persevere in; to let remain. See Contain.
  2. To remain; to last; to endure; to persevere.

Google Ngram Viewer results for continue:

This graph shows how "continue" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for continue:

  1. Then continue to let it boil, gently but steadily, till dinner time. –  by
  2. He had told Teddy that he stood by him, and would continue to stand by him through thick and thin. –  by
  3. What I then saw I shall never- no, never forget- no, not if my life should continue to a hundred. –  by

Quotes for continue:

  1. We can come from our own particular point of view and lay it down. We should not be throwing verbal rocks at each other. We're all responsible to continue the growth of Hip Hop.
  2. There is no other way of writing a novel than to begin at the beginning at to continue to the end.
  3. China and the U. S. have a very symbiotic relationship which will not decline any time soon. There are more shared interests as compared to shared differences and for this reason relations will continue to be good.
  4. We kinda look at this as the second or third chapter of our lives. After college, most people figure out what they want to do with their lives. But we already know what we want to do in the future and that is to continue to further our business goals.
  5. But so long as we can keep this crew of fantastic people together and can continue to make real breakthrough films in this category, as well as characters that stay true to what we've done in this first film, I'd be more than happy to be a part of it.

Rhymes for continue:

  1. discontinue;