interruption

[ in-tuh-ruhp-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF interruption

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERRUPTION

The wayfarers all gazed in the utmost astonishment at the interruption.

Meanwhile her mentor, Mr. Day, was delighted at the interruption of her task.

I think the others were as grateful as I for the interruption.

We met with no interruption, however, reaching New York in due time.

He turned round, not at all disconcerted by the interruption.

The pitch of this note would correspond to the rate of interruption of the current.

There was no interruption this time, and early in the morning the regiment was up and away.

At this juncture comes an interruption; Tracey Tanner returns, hot-foot.

Any interruption, even an earthquake, at that moment must have been welcome to Vargrave.

The interruption was seasonable, for the bell had nearly rung itself out.

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