halt[ hawlt ]SEE DEFINITION OF halt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HALT
And he brought the mare to a halt by jerking the rope around her neck.
In the hall a halt was made and the dreaded good-byes began.
Magnificent was the day, indeed, and sorely did La Malne tempt us to a halt.
As she came near him his hand closed over hers, bringing her to a halt.
First the blind, then the deaf and the dumb, then the halt and the lame—and so on.
The weather became bad again, and it was necessary to make a halt.
And after this came a second thought that caused him to halt abruptly.
What say you, will you halt a little and let us take a pipe together?
He quavered uncertainly down the steps, and Amelia called a halt.
They ranged themselves across the road, and one cried: "Halt!"
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HALT
- bring up the rear
- drop back
- fall back
- fall behind
- follow a scent
- hang back
- hang down
- nose out
- poke along
- string along
- tag along
- take out after