Have you anything in view, dear, if we come to a full-stop here?
The full-stop bacillus for choice—put you sooner out of your agony.
"If he didn't really mean to," she began ungraciously; but Mary cut her short with what the boys called her full-stop manner.
Of course there is really no such thing as a full-stop in art any more than there is in nature.
"Yes, madame," he says with as ponderous an emphasis on the full-stop as that of any taciturn New England farmer.
We'll put that full-stop a little further on, and begin the sentence with the next capital.
But perhaps it is to the full-stop at presents that the "that's my thunder!"
There is, however, one 'full-stop' in this case, probably the one which the typist was looking for.
I had hardly any clothes with me, as I wandered with the impression that there must be a full-stop somewhere near.
Well, but I promise to read as slow as ever you choose, and to count four at every full-stop.