The experience in other countries that use rate setting should give us some pause.
Meditating could help you pause and think logically before your next big purchase or investment.
After a pause and a heavy sigh, an exhausted looking Cindy said, “I just found out they are imaginary.”
There was a pause after Amerine finished his report, then Mulholland said, “What do you need from us, Texas One Two?”
Might we pause here to ponder what kind of person refers to a one-year-old baby girl as “it?”
They did not pause till they were well on the road to Garside.
He did not pause to take in the beauty of that face, only its strength.
"That reminds me again of my friend," he said, after a pause.
It was a pause in Janet's labors that gave the elder first warning of an intruder on his peace.
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.