The interval between possession and hell was short,” he says, “though I admit it was wonderful.
Proust is a world, and to return to him after an interval away is to discover and rediscover very different things each time.
In the interval, it's interesting to think about the question: why?
It would be a great help if, in the interval, party supporters refrained from looking or sounding like raving madmen.
This interval workout only requires four minutes to complete, but can be repeated as part of a 15 or 20-minute routine.
We engage a fiacre, drive around the town, whose growth and improvement in the interval of sixteen years do not fail to strike us.
So K. waited for "the season," and ate his heart out for Sidney in the interval.
About fifty years ago the die disappeared from the Mint, but was returned after an interval of some months.
I dared not press him with more questions; but after an interval he said plainly: "She is not there now."
An interval of nearly half a century elapsed between the death of Lucilius and the appearance of the poem of Lucretius.
interval in·ter·val (ĭn'tər-vəl)
A space between two objects, points, or units.
The amount of time between two specified instants, events, or states.