But only minutes after court was called to order, it was adjourned until October.
The opening session was procedural and the trial was adjourned until June 19.
Unfortunately, the Senate adjourned before the clearance process was finished.
That year, Congress ended its session for the year and adjourned on Sept. 1.
After a few hours of proceedings, the judge ordered that the trial of Mubarak and his sons be adjourned until August 15.
After the procession they adjourned to the amphitheater for the exercises.
At the adjourned meeting, in May following, this committee made an elaborate report, recommending a committee of correspondence.
The meeting then adjourned, to be reassembled soon to hear the reply of the emperor.
At sunset we all adjourned to the cotton-house, where the tree was all ready to be lighted.
At the end of his speech, apparently, the House adjourned, to resume the consideration of the subject on the following day.
early 14c., ajournen, "assign a day" (for convening or reconvening), from Old French ajourner (12c.) "meet" (at an appointed time), from the phrase à jorn "to a stated day" (à "to" + journ "day," from Latin diurnus "daily;" see diurnal).
The sense is to set a date for a re-meeting. Meaning "to close a meeting" (with or without intention to reconvene) is from early 15c. Meaning "to go in a body to another place" (1640s) is colloquial. The unhistorical -d- was added 16c. Related: Adjourned; adjourning.