|Continuate (Con*tin"u*ate) (?), a.
[L. continuatus, p.p. See Continue.]
1. Immediately united together; intimately connocted. [R.] "We are of Him and in Him, even as though our very flesh and bones should be made continuate with his." Hooker.
2. Uninterrupted; unbroken; continual; continued. "An untirable and continuate goodness." Shak.
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