Definition of Continuation:

  1. Literary works that are completed or published, other than works that the author did not complete or are part of a series of other works.

  2. Wear something for a certain period of time or continue.

Synonyms of Continuation

Attachment, Continualness, Appendix, Conclusion, Annex, Postponement, Pursuance, Persistence, Carrying on, Side issue, Consecutiveness, Perseverance, Prorogation, Epilogue, Sequent, Accessory, Posteriority, Parthian shot, Rotation, Succession, Augmentation, Postlude, Appendant, Postfix, Undergirding, Extension of time, Afterthought, Codicil, Deferment, Sustained action, Tabling, Tag, Fixture, Way, Progress, Extension, Side effect, Subjunction, Concomitant, Pendant, Refrain, Logical sequence, Tailpiece, Sequitur, Duration, Consecution, Suffixation, Appurtenance, Lengthening, Adjuvant, Corollary, Protraction, Sequel, Sequela, Additum, Supplement, Colophon, Complement, Chorus, Run, Order, Unremittingness, Back matter, Successiveness, Follow-up, Postscript, Uninterrupted course, Adjournment, Peroration, Parting shot, Continuance, Suffix, Postface, Extrapolation, Additory, Last words, Addenda, Sequelant, Addendum, Addition, Offshoot, Accession, Annexation, Lingering, Appanage, Adjournal, Appendage, Sequelae, Swan song, Adjunct, Continuity, Increment, Order of succession, Maintenance, Endurance, Series, Prolongation, Subscript, Additive, Procrastination, Envoi, Double take, Reinforcement, Follow-through, Lineage, Descent, Postposition, Progression, Sequence, Repetition, Staying power, Dying words, Perpetuation, Consequence, Continuance, Deferral, Protraction, Prolongation, Straight course, Increase, Augment, Appurtenant, Line, Putting-off, Second thought, Sustenance, Additament, Accompaniment, Coda, Procession, PS, Coming after, Following

How to use Continuation in a sentence?

  1. Continue to discuss lasting peace.

Meaning of Continuation & Continuation Definition