Continuous and Ending


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Continuous adjective – Going on and on without any interruptions.
Ending is an antonym for continuous in topics: constant, discrete.
Nearby Words: continued, continuing, continual, continuation, continuity
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Ending noun – The last part of a process or action.
Continuous is an antonym for ending.
Nearby Words: end, ended
Antonyms for Ending
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  • Dancing Theme A DVD special takes this one step further, eliminating all of the still-frames from the original ending, producing a single continuous dance sequence that covers the entire ending theme.
    Source: Dancing Theme
  • He had already lived the story many times over, in a continuous loop, always ending with the child's murderous rampage.
  • Music / The Fat Of The Land The Oner: The music video of "Smack My Bitch Up" is filmed in first person like one long, continuous take with a Tomato in the Mirror ending.
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