interregnum

[ in-ter-reg-nuh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF interregnum

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERREGNUM

I hover over my racked body like a ghost, and exist in an interregnum.

At length the matter was adjusted, after an interregnum of three weeks.

After an interregnum, Rudolf of Hapsburg had been chosen emperor in 1273.

We can account, to some extent, for this interregnum or spiritual life, but only to some extent.

The interregnum has been long, both as to time and distance.

It's in English—a language that became obsolete during the Interregnum.

Morally we have come a long way from the brutality of the Interregnum.

During this interregnum, very little has been done in Parliament.

The emperor Tacitus elected, after an interregnum of eight months.

It was at the beginning of this "interregnum" that I arrived.

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