Continual vs. Continued
Difference Between Continual and Continued
Recurring in steady, rapid succession.
(dated) Prolonged; unstopped.
(proscribed) Seemingly continuous; appearing to have no end or interruption.
(proscribed) Forming a continuous series.
simple past tense and past participle of continue
seemingly without interruption; chiefly restricted to what recurs regularly or frequently in a prolonged and closely spaced series;the continual banging of the shutters
the word continued when placed in the end of the page to show it is to be continued
`continual' (meaning seemingly uninterrupted) is often used interchangeably with `continuous' (meaning without interruption)
without stop or interruption;to insure the continued success of the warthe continued existence of nationalismthe continued popularity of Westerns