To preserve the frenetic flavor of the scene, I have left in the interview a few of these interruptions.
Watson was professional and respectful, and his interruptions were subtle.
There were interruptions, at times, that we hailed as alleviations.
I again begged his pardon for being betrayed into interruptions.
The problems of glass and rugs were unusually complicated, and the interruptions to continuous thought more numerous than usual.
The “forbud” had been duly forwarded, and there were no delays or interruptions.
There were interruptions now and then, criticisms and suggestions.
With many jerks and interruptions, and much shamefacedness Pennie proceeded to do so.
Mr Wentworth had swallowed down the interruptions that rushed to his lips, and heard his brother out with unusual patience.
His lordship listened, though with a cross-fire of interruptions.
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.