- television Used at the end of an episode to indicate that the story continues in the next episode.
- colloquial Used to indicate that a story under discussion has not concluded, either in narration or in reality.
- to + be + continued (Wiktionary)
“John Endler’s brilliant research on guppies was just begging to be continued and extended.”
“The excise of Foreign Commodities is to be continued apart until satisfaction of public debts and engagements secured upon the excise.””
“I must leave my description of Peterhoff to be continued till another time, as I wish to relate to you what has passed here since nine o'clock P.M. till this time.”
“Hence under similar circumstances it would be apt to be continued during maturity, although never then developed into a crying-fit.”
“It would swell this volume to an unreasonable and inconvenient size, if the story of Mr. Melbourn were to be continued in his own words; but in order that his reminiscences which are contained in the following sheets may be the better understood, the editor takes leave to state briefly:”
“Thus, in 1891, under Harrison, on being urged to retain General Corse, the excellent Democratic Postmaster of Boston, he replied to his friend Curtis Guild that Corse ought to be continued as a matter of principle and not because Cleveland, several years before, had retained Pearson, the Republican Postmaster of New York, as an exception.”
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