interrupt

[ verb in-tuh-ruhpt; noun in-tuh-ruhpt ]SEE DEFINITION OF interrupt

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERRUPT

I am loth to interrupt you, Clary; though you could more than once break in upon me.

The Inspector did not interrupt his work, but answered with the utmost good nature.

Yet for some time Nicias made no attempt to interrupt its progress.

Miss Whitmore, you will observe, had learned to interrupt when she had anything to say.

The story was not yet finished; but George's impatience caused him to interrupt it.

The motion and the cry were too sudden for words to interrupt his bloody intention.

Little Dorrit mildly looked at the speaker, but did not interrupt her.

"I will interrupt you no more," said my mother, submissively, for she was curious.

Mademoiselle was going to interrupt, but Cornelius O'Shane silenced her.

But Mr Pecksniff held up his finger as a caution to her not to interrupt him.

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