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ahem a sound as of clearing the throat, used to attract notice, express doubt, or fill in a pause.
alexandrine (sometimes cap.) in poetry, a twelve-syllable line with alternating unstressed and stressed syllables, usu. with a clear pause after six syllables. [1/2 definitions]
comma a punctuation mark (,) used to separate words, phrases, or other elements in a sentence, particulars in a list, or thousands in written numerals, or to indicate a pause, as in poetry.
continue to begin again after a pause or interruption. [2/7 definitions]
glide in music, a passing without pause or break from one note to another. [1/9 definitions]
halt1 to stop or pause, as in a movement or operation. [1/4 definitions]
haw2 to pause or stumble in speaking, or make a noise indicating a pause or stumble. [2 definitions]
hesitate to refrain momentarily from carrying out some action; pause in uncertainty. [1/2 definitions]
interlude a pause, space, or event that intervenes; interval. [1/3 definitions]
intermission a pause or interruption between periods of activity; respite; recess. [2/4 definitions]
interregnum any interruption, pause, or gap in the continuity of something. [1/3 definitions]
interval a pause in activities or events. [1/4 definitions]
letup a stop, pause, or momentary relief. [1/2 definitions]
punctuation the process or an instance of adding certain marks, such as the question mark or comma, to groups of written words so as to indicate a pause, subordination, or quotation, or otherwise clarify meaning or inflection. [1/2 definitions]
resume to start again after a pause or interruption. [1/4 definitions]
resumption the act or fact of resuming something following a pause or interruption.
slur in music, to run (notes) together without a pause between them. [1/8 definitions]
stop to pause for a brief visit during a course or journey (often fol. by "at," "in," or "by"). [1/18 definitions]
stopover a pause or short stay in the course of a journey.
suspension a temporary pause in an ongoing activity or condition. [1/5 definitions]
unceasing without pause or respite; continuous.