They resolved, on September 21, that the suspensive veto should extend over two legislatures.
Lafayette, who imagined himself to be copying the American constitution, proposed that the king should have a suspensive veto.
Then there was a suspensive silence, as if she hesitated at the door; then the latch was lifted and she came in.
The people have a suspensive veto and, finally, a definitive veto, which they may exercise when they please.
As the following quotation shows, it is interesting as detailing a few of the steps by which Darwin reached that suspensive stage.
Note the suspensive intense rise upon “heaven” and the falling on “hell.”
A strong smell of rancid wicks disturbed nobody and in the charged, suspensive air the cheap lamps burned with a still flame.
The Ministers themselves were unable to insist on the absolute veto in preference to the suspensive thus defined.
Metrical students will delight in the double rhymes of the octave, which play so great a part in the suspensive music.
The fifth attitude serves as a preparation for oblique steps; it is also colorless, transitive, suspensive.