- nounADJECTIVE▪ greater▪ remarkable▪ unbroken▪
After centuries of unbroken continuity, the landscape was being changed out of all recognition.▪ cultural, historical, narrativeVERB + CONTINUITY▪ ensure, establish, give sb/sth, maintain, provide (sb/sth with)▪
More liaison between the old manager and the new one should ensure greater continuity.▪ emphasize, stress▪
She is anxious to stress the continuity with the past in this new work.▪ need▪ lack▪ break▪
The author deliberately breaks the narrative continuity in order to confound the reader's expectations.PREPOSITION▪ continuity between▪
There is often a lack of continuity between one government and the next.▪ continuity in▪
historical continuity in the feminist movement▪ continuity of▪
To ensure continuity of care, it is better for a single doctor to treat the patient.PHRASES▪ a lack of continuity, a need for continuity▪
the need for continuity of employment▪ a sense of continuity▪
We aim to give children a sense of continuity.
Collocations dictionary. 2013.