Administration officials tell me that reacting favorably toward a cease fire proposal would lead Gaddafi to think he's winning.
But he maintained the cease fire on the Golan, and was predictable.
The GOP will cease to be a national party if Hispanics become loyal Democrats by margins as wide as 60 or 70 percent.
The drone attacks happened to cease around the same time as the arrest.
This, and this only: cease to call slavery wrong, and join them in calling it right.
He may cease to regard exactness as indispensable, as it always is.
If the minority will not acquiesce, the majority must, or the Government must cease.
The clean heart must continue contrite, if it is not to cease to be clean.
Once you have opened your ears, "the Red Gods" will not cease to "call for you."
In yourself, in Polypes, there is an ambition to cease to be one.
c.1300, cesen, from Old French cesser "to come to an end, stop, cease; give up, desist," from Latin cessare "to cease, go slow, give over, leave off, be idle," frequentative of cedere (past participle cessus) "go away, withdraw, yield" (see cede). Related: Ceased; ceasing. Old English in this sense had geswican, blinnan.
"cessation, stopping," c.1300, from cease (n.) or else from Old French cesse "cease, cessation," from cesser.