With strong wings, and level, unpausing flight, the flock went on to its North without him.
During this period her life was an unpausing whirl of dissipation.
Water and wood and field and air are but varying scenes of the unpausing tragedy.
And this because they had the illusion of a rest to be gained at some later point of this unpausing life.
early 15c., from Old French pausee "a pause, interruption" (14c.) and directly from Latin pausa "a halt, stop, cessation," from Greek pausis "stopping, ceasing," from pauein "to stop, to cause to cease," from PIE root *paus- "to leave, desert, cease, stop."
mid-15c., from pause (n.) and from Middle French pauser, from Late Latin pausare "to halt, cease, pause." Related: Paused; pausing.
A temporary stop or cessation.