He would often pause by the Kennedy memorial before heading home to his wife, Hattie Pollard.
There is no pause to interrogate his own immersive activism.
The way he added that after a pause, it reminded me of John McCain not remembering how many houses he owned.
Though I should pause to note that I am not really speaking from personal experience here.
Such certainty about the future, such numbing pessimism, should give one pause.
They did not pause till they were well on the road to Garside.
Clif did not recognize them, but he did not pause on that account.
"That reminds me again of my friend," he said, after a pause.
There was a pause, during which the young educator's difficulties were brushed aside.
Once more,” she said, after a pause; “you must never speak to me again as you have to-night.
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.