a continuing in time or space without interruption
a continuous rearrangement of electrons in the solar atoms results in the emission of light"- James Jeans a continuous bout of illness lasting six months lived in continuous fear a continuous row of warehouses a continuous line has no gaps or breaks in it
a of a function or curve; extending without break or irregularity
Gordon Brown in Independent ...Brown, facing his first security test after less than 48 hours as Prime Minister, said the discovery of a car bomb at the heart of the capital today reminded Britain that it faces "a serious and continuous security threat to our country".
David Petraeus in Sioux Falls Argus Leader At the end of that period, we will commence a process of assessment to examine the conditions on the ground,Petraeus said. "This process will be continuous, with recommendations for further reductions made as conditions permit."
John Warner in ABC News We simply cannot, as a nation, stand and put our troops at continuous risk of loss of life and limb without beginning to take some decisive action which will get everybody's attention,Warner told reporters following a visit to Iraq.