Throughout the bitter four-month interregnum, President Herbert Hoover had tried to get FDR to endorse joint policy statements.
One lived in a sort of interregnum, a period of transition from lawlessness to order.
The interregnum has been long, both as to time and distance.
An interregnum of ten years occurred, during which there was internecine war between these claimants to his throne.
It's in English—a language that became obsolete during the interregnum.
The Polish election is the clue to the labyrinthian intrigues and royal tergiversations during the period of the interregnum.
Morally we have come a long way from the brutality of the interregnum.
This innovation was first resorted to during an interregnum.
There was an interregnum in the pianoforte arena for a few years.
Under this interregnum it was that the two naval demonstrations known as the Ship-money Fleets were fitted out in 1636 and 1637.