intermit

[ in-ter-mit ]SEE DEFINITION OF intermit

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There was no answer and no intermit to the sobs and tears she was pouring on my letter.

And having risen, he did not intermit his industry for a moment.

Intermit′tence, Intermit′tency, state of being intermittent.

The other is to intermit it wholly for a certain period, and let other subjects have their swing.

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

If you intermit he will settle down into a hard, cold life with increased rapidity.

When the pains become regular and intermit, it is time that the physician is sent for.

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

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

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

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