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uninterruptedness

Definitions

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  • noun The state or condition of being uninterrupted.

Etymologies

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uninterrupted +‎ -ness

Examples

  • 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 during the few minutes helped him to do that.

    The Ambassadors

  • The whole affair was a bitter disappointment to him, and a fatal blow to that happy faith in the uninterruptedness of American prosperity which I have spoken of as the religion of the old-fashioned American in general, and the old-fashioned Democrat in particular.

    Hawthorne (English Men of Letters Series)

  • But if, according to Professor Hering, the personal identity of the single life consists in the uninterruptedness of vibrations, so also do the phenomena of heredity.

    Unconscious Memory

  • "My return to this place is sooner than I expected," he wrote to Hamilton, "owing to the uninterruptedness of my journey by sickness, from bad weather, or accidents of any kind whatsoever," for which he had made an allowance of eight days.

    Washington and the American Republic, Vol. 3.

  • In the New World the uninterruptedness of the coasts and the monotony of their straight lines are most remarkable in Chili and Peru.

    Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America

  • In the New World the uninterruptedness of the coasts and the monotony of their straight lines are most remarkable in Chili and Peru.

    Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America, During the Year 1799-1804 — Volume 3

  • Whatever may be thought, in other respects, of the plan we laid down to ourselves, we probably derived a real advantage from it, as to the constancy and uninterruptedness of our literary pursuits.

    Memoirs of the Author of a Vindication of the Rights of Woman

  • Whatever may be thought, in other respects, of the plan we laid down to ourselves, we probably derived a real advantage from it, as to the constancy and uninterruptedness of our literary pursuits.

    Memoirs of the Author of a Vindication of the Rights of Woman

  • Our chief business, then, must be to prove, that all objects, to which we ascribe identity, without observing their invariableness and uninterruptedness, are such as consist of a succession of related objects.

    A Treatise of Human Nature

  • Our chief business, then, must be to prove, that all objects, to which we ascribe identity, without observing their invariableness and uninterruptedness, are such as consist of a succession of related objects.

    A Treatise of Human Nature

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