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Sentence count:51+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-11Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: suspensionSimilar words: clairvoyancecancercancelglancefrancedancerstancechanceMeaning: [ə'beɪəns]  n. temporary cessation or suspension. 
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1. This custom has fallen into abeyance now.
2. Hostilities between the two groups have been in abeyance since last June.
3. Let's hold that broblem in abeyance for a while.
4. The Russian threat is, at the least, in abeyance.
5. The rule has been in abeyance since 1980.
6. The sanctions againt the country fell into abeyance yesterday.
7. The law was held in abeyance for well over twenty years.
8. The decision is in abeyance until the returns from holiday.
9. Legal proceedings are in abeyance,[] while further enquiries are made.
10. This law falls into abeyance when the country's security is threatened.
11. The project is being held in abeyance until agreement is reached on funding it.
12. The question is in abeyance until we know more about it.
13. In abeyance at the moment is a cricket pitch.
14. The Forest law fell into abeyance.
15. Your plan is in abeyance.
16. Even these self-denying ordinances are now in abeyance.
17. The law go into abeyance.
18. I have held myself in abeyance.
19. Hostilities however were in abeyance during arrival at the racecourse, disrobing, hair-tidying and first drinks.
20. The Basqueness that is in abeyance in Biarritz returns in full as you drive south from there towards the frontier.
21. These things could be held in abeyance for a time, while he thought only of the girl herself.
22. Positions and statuses are held in abeyance until the following season until they can be redefined and re-established.
23. The match fell into abeyance when the Druids had too few golfing Brothers.
24. The result is that any notion of musical futurism has fallen into abeyance.
25. In some forests the local Forest courts also had fallen into abeyance.
26. They seem to know that conscious thought must be held in abeyance.
27. Theoretically, she can dissolve Parliament without advice, but the right has been in abeyance for years.
28. The umbrella group we'd formed in 1987 had fallen into abeyance, but the name still meant something.
29. For some time thereafter matters of defence, policy and filial duties were in abeyance.
30. A sizeable reservoir of homosexuality, which had been held in abeyance, suddenly stirred in the town.
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