The industry is really slow right now because of the pending strike, so I am at a standstill.
For now it is an industry consumed by accusation, fear, and disease even as a moratorium has brought business to a standstill.
The heart was in standstill, hazy clots filling the ventricles.
It imploded with the 1978–79 Winter of Discontent, when rampant trade-union militancy brought Britain to a standstill.
But for the next two years, immigration legislation will be at a standstill.
Then she began and she talked you to a standstill, and she could keep it up.
And yet, in spite of that—in spite of that, I say—we have thus far held the enemy at a standstill.
Cultivation was at a standstill here, probably until the water-logged soil dried out in the spring.
At last they came to a standstill, and a talk among themselves.
The group were brought to a standstill, and they stood in a little circle while the attack continued.
standstill stand·still (stānd'stĭl')
Complete cessation of activity or progress.