Thesaurus / abeyance

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It’s unclear when lenders will end the abeyance awarded all of those delinquent mortgages.

Don Joaquin was only asserting his dignity, that had lain a little in abeyance while he was listening to her explanations.

MariquitaJohn Ayscough

The first represents Blake in a rare mood, his mysticism in abeyance, and his temper one of aesthetic abandon.

William BlakeIrene Langridge

For a number of years the great project was held in abeyance by a series of unforeseen events.

Pilots of the RepublicArcher Butler Hulbert

The matter, however, was not suffered to fall altogether into abeyance.

The English Church in the Eighteenth CenturyCharles J. Abbey and John H. Overton

The narrative in Joshua implies that the custom was introduced by him, not that it had merely been in abeyance in the Wilderness.

The last commission was issued by Queen Elizabeth in 1568, but the eisteddfod fell into abeyance during the seventeenth century.

Glimpses of this we get when the conscious self is in abeyance, as in sleep, hypnosis, and trance.

She was silent and thoughtful, even her new sensation in abeyance for the minute.

Again when moral and spiritual nature manifest fully, the animal is in abeyance.

ReincarnationSwami Abhedananda

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