interlude[ in-ter-lood ]SEE DEFINITION OF interlude
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERLUDE
The interlude of fever had changed his views and enlarged his consciousness.
In an interlude of their over-night discussion Barbara had asked him to lunch with her.
This was but an interlude in which man could ask of man, "What next?"
The tarantella then was no more than an interlude in a play.
This was but an interlude, though an instructive one, in the main course of events.
Nor do I, and yet I like a country life, as a sort of interlude in existence.
The interlude appeared to have rendered her more self-possessed.
After an interlude there, he returned to Russia and was at once restored to high favour.
After the interlude I expounded my philosophy more at length.
Then, by way of interlude, on the 28th March, came the notorious Dahlgren raid.