Continued vs Go - What's the difference?
As an adjective continued
is (dated) prolonged; unstopped.
As a verb continued
As a noun go is
(dated) Prolonged; unstopped.
* 1797 , , J. S. Barr (editor and translator), Barr's Buffon: Buffon's Natural Hi?tory ,
* 1819 , (preface), The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and Course of Nature ,
- and for the pronunciation of F , a more continued ?ound is nece??ary than for that of any of the con?onants.
* 1820 , A. P. Wilson Philip, A Treatise on Fevers: Including the Various Species of Simple and Eruptive Fevers ,
- But when the exercise of the virtuous principle is more continued , oftener repeated, and more intense, as it must be in circumstances of danger, temptation, and difficulty of any kind and any degree, this tendency is increased proportionably, and a more confirmed habit is the consequence.
- Instead of becoming more continued , intermittents sometimes become less so, which is always favourable.
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, a province of Indonesia.
, a state of Brazil.