continued

Continued means "ongoing." You might ask your friends for their continued help with the movie you're shooting in your neighborhood, even as filming goes long into the night.

Use the adjective continued to describe something that has staying power, or that goes on for some time without pausing. A continued flow of water from a city fire hydrant just keeps on spurting, and your continued support for a politician means you keep on voting for her year after year. The Latin root of continued is continuare, "join together or connect."

Definitions of continued
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adj without stop or interruption

“to insure the continued success of the war”
“the continued existence of nationalism”
“the continued popularity of Westerns”
Synonyms:
continuing
remaining in force or being carried on without letup
Antonyms:
discontinued
stopped permanently or temporarily
interrupted
discontinued temporarily
out of print
(of books) no longer offered for sale by a publisher
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