cessation

[ se-sey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF cessation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CESSATION

All the while he was watching mercilessly for the cessation of the struggles.

There was no cessation, but the regular moment's pause, in the utterance of these sounds.

With a decline in prices, mostly, the cessation of the demand coincides.

Again, when pleasure ceases, that sort of rest or cessation will be painful?

Let us not, then, be induced to believe that pure pleasure is the cessation of pain, or pain of pleasure.

He understood and knew all pain; I had His companionship, but He offered me no cessation of this pain.

In the cessation of the impassioned murmur she began to reflect.

He meant, I think, to express the relief he felt at the cessation of hostilities.

And so with divorce, it is a cessation of the state of marriage.

The cessation of the shooting had put an end to the Indians' uncertainty.

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