|Continuative (Con*tin"u*a*tive) (?), n.
[Cf. F. continuatif.]
1. (Logic) A term or expression denoting continuance. [R.] "To these may be added continuatives; as, Rome remains to this day; which includes, at least, two propositions, viz., Rome was, and Rome is." I. Watts.
2. (Gram.) A word that continues the connection of sentences or subjects; a connective; a conjunction. "Continuatives . . . consolidate sentences into one continuous whole." Harris.
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