Thesaurus / intermit

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The king had seemed willing, during some time, to intermit the blows which overwhelmed him.

I have known a man vehement on both sides, that knew no mean, either to intermit his studies or call upon them again.

I will do this tonic justice, and frankly admit that the accursed portrait began to intermit its visits under its influence.

Though often in feeble health, he seldom allowed physical languor to intermit his work.

I may intermit my hopeless roarings, melancholy as those of any caged zoological beast.

NancyRhoda Broughton

Never will I intermit my enmity to our invaders; never will I live for any other object than the liberties of our people.

The Hour and the ManHarriet Martineau

He could intermit the action of a Parliament for a time, sending the members to their homes until he should summon them again.

Charles IJacob Abbott

Dick was one of those people whose wrath has a tendency to intermit and get cold, even to perish, temporarily, from forgetfulness.

Mount MusicE. Oe. Somerville and Martin Ross

Because the pulse seems to intermit, we must not presume that it will cease instantly to beat.

We were perfectly aware how critical was our position, and determined to intermit no prudence or caution.

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