One morning in the middle of this quiet ritual–reading and prayer–I felt a sense of interruption.
The incident with Tony Kornheiser, a Pardon the interruption talking head, serves to highlight the problem with ESPN.
She is comfortable with distance and interruption; with poor phone connections and tesserated thoughts.
Spitzer rolled his eyes at the interruption, grumbling a perfunctory “very funny.”
Once that dropped out, there was an attempt to build another story, not on the wreckage of that but on the interruption of that.
Si stopped and waited a few minutes until his own regiment got past, thinking his plan would be less liable to interruption.
The interruption helped Mrs. Swordsley to waver to her feet.
Meanwhile, by day and night, with hardly an interruption, the sound of heavy cannonading was heard with suggestive distinctness.
They all talk rather languidly, when an interruption occurs.
During this interruption, a very pretty piece of pantomime had been executed between the eyes of Fazil and the Lalla.
late 14c., "a break of continuity," from Old French interrupcion and directly from Latin interruptionem (nominative interruptio) "a breaking off, interruption, interval," noun of action from past participle stem of interrumpere (see interrupt). Meaning "a breaking in upon some action" is from c.1400; that of "a pause, a temporary cessation" is early 15c.