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What is the opposite of continuous?

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Adjective
Opposite of without a break or interruption
“The air-conditioning system makes an intermittent but very loud noise when the engine is turned off.”
Adjective
Opposite of without intervening space
“The solid lines represent the contours where there is an increase in electron cloud and the broken lines show regions with a decrease.”
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Opposite of never relaxing or slackening
Adjective
Opposite of remaining constant or in an unvarying state
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Opposite of persisting for a long time or constantly recurring
Adjective
Opposite of without interruption or a break in continuity
Adjective
Opposite of everlasting, eternal
Adjective
Opposite of being the straightest and most direct way to a point or end
“The group voted to stop at the zoo, forcing Mark to drive the indirect route to their destination.”
Adjective
Opposite of unceasingly intense in nature
Adjective
Opposite of happening or developing gradually or in stages
“The other boat suddenly came to an abrupt halt, amid much cursing and shouting from its wetsuited skipper and his drysuited mate.”
Adjective
Opposite of having a smooth, unbroken surface
“It turns an almost square sectioned furrow and leaves a more broken surface finish.”
Adjective
Opposite of persistently or continuous in nature, especially of something unpleasant
Adjective
Opposite of in an entire, and undivided, state
“The two arcs were joined at the Crown by a sophisticated scarf joint, which was secured by three large nuts and bolts.”
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Opposite of smoothly graceful and effortless
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Opposite of remaining constant or in an unvarying state
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Opposite of having an even or level surface
“Although shiny with an uneven layer of thick ice, the path was gritty with half-embedded pebbles and dirt along the edges.”
Adjective
Opposite of having an even surface with no roughness, bumps, or holes
“The rough surface is strictly for aesthetic purposes and not to be trodden upon.”
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(of a path) Opposite of in a straight line and, as a corollary, the shortest and quickest
“Drivers using the ramp will avoid having to take a circuitous route in order to reach the bridge off South Broadway.”
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