Meaning of continuer in English:



See continue

‘‘They are our avant-garde,’ Allen wrote, ‘the true continuers of the modern movement in American poetry’.’
  • ‘There is no honor higher than to be continuers of the glorious deeds of our ancestors, no duty loftier than to reliably protect the country.’
  • ‘He left the church because he ‘could not embrace the role of race continuer that seemed, in a quiet way, also part of the church mission.’’
  • ‘And, the work, of course, of Brahms, particularly his later work, as the great continuer of the study of his predecessors.’
  • ‘In the prosody of the postmodern lyric sentence, the prose aspect is heightened as a continuer, the verse aspect lessened as a retarder.’