discontinuous

Part of speech: adjective

Not continuous; interrupted; broken.

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Usage examples "discontinuous":

  1. Variation, continuous and discontinuous. - "Darwin and Modern Science", A.C. Seward and Others.
  2. He writes that in recent times the idea that variations are discontinuous has become current. - "Hormones and Heredity", J. T. Cunningham.
  3. Such a continuous change cannot be explained by a discontinuous variation, i. - "Hormones and Heredity", J. T. Cunningham.