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- adj. continuing with no interruption
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not interrupted; not broken; unintermitted; unceasing; incessant; specifically, in botany, consisting of regularly increasing or diminishing parts, or of parts all of the same size.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. continuing in time or space without interruption
- adj. having undisturbed continuity
The 70-year-old urged fellow researchers and cosmology enthusiasts to encourage public interest in space and to keep going there to witness what he described as the "uninterrupted views of our vast and beautiful universe".
You play as ... well, that's never revealed, and since it's all in uninterrupted first-person, you've no way of finding out.
It was this behavior — the endless willingness of lenders to lend and borrowers to borrow — that kept the consumer economy humming uninterrupted from the early 1990s, straight through the brief recession of 2001, until the credit meltdown of 2007.
After all our constitution is a thing which has been in constant development since the day the last Roman Legionary left our shores running almost uninterrupted from the early days of the petty Kingdoms to the present day.
To finish a book uninterrupted is one of life's luxuries and if I know it's unlikely to happen I'll put it down five pages from the end and come back to it rather than spoil that moment.
Doctors at the FDA have been looking at the long-term uninterrupted use of Rituxan as a potential factor in PML.
Dr. Fiore recommends learning to work in short uninterrupted half-hour time segments.
The escaramuza routine is made up of a dozen individual exercises presented in uninterrupted succession.
There we spent many winter evenings in uninterrupted enjoyment.
The legend, handed down from Vecellio to Vecellio in uninterrupted succession, lays claim, therefore to a more reliable pedigree than most traditions of a similar character.