Synonym: break, interim, intermission, interruption, interval, pause, recess, respite. Similar words: wintery, interim, painter, interval, interest, internal, interior, Internet. Meaning: ['ɪntə(r)luːd] n. 1. an intervening period or episode 2. a brief show (music or dance etc) inserted between the sections of a longer performance. v. perform an interlude.
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1. Except for a brief Christian interlude at the beginning of the 11th century, Istanbul has been a Muslim city for almost 1300 years.
2. There will now be a 15 - minute interlude.
3. There will now be a short interlude.
4. This carefree interlude reacted upon the young people like wine.
5. Her time in Paris was a happy interlude in a difficult career.
6. Apart from a brief interlude of peace, the war lasted nine years.
7. The dance provided a delightful comic interlude.
8. The holiday was a hot interlude beneath a blue sky beside a blue pool.
9. The dance is a comic interlude,(sentencedict.com/interlude.html) quite short and making no great demands on technique.
10. There had been a highly amusing interlude, when they called for the photographs.
11. Yet others have only an interlude in the relative minor between two sections in the tonic.
12. We were delighted, and at a convenient interlude she took me to a favourite uncle, an Air Vice-Marshal.
13. Instead of bringing joy, this interlude produced aimlessness and corrosion of the spirit.
14. That celebrated interlude is associated with the strong preference for peace of Sir Robert Walpole.
15. The musical interlude went on for ten minutes and finished with the mad figures collapsing on the ground.
16. This somewhat absurd episode was a mere interlude in a fiercely fought campaign.
17. This was just a very brief interlude in her life.
18. Inevitably, the interlude material should not have the strength of character of the main section material.
19. What I needed now was a really violent interlude to liven up the otherwise turgid plot.
20. After the musical interlude, Gijssen declared himself satisfied and the time out was officially confirmed.
21. Knighton provided a busy interlude, the bustle contrasting strongly with the tranquility of my journey.
22. Herta sometimes looks as though she could do with the odd impotent interlude.
23. On their travels again they find, after a brief interlude for Christmas, that they are being followed.
24. Wei first rose to prominence during the brief 1978-79 interlude of free speech known as the Democracy Wall movement.
25. Maybe the age of leisure will turn out to be a brief and unsustainable interlude rather than a new dawn after all.
26. The Dictionary of National Biography describes this as a pleasant interlude in his life.
27. It was a radical departure from the past, an interlude of democracy in an otherwise unbroken line of authoritarian rule.
28. Halfway through the performance there was a short musical interlude.
29. He exploited the space in an echo sonata for three violins by Marini, a charming interlude, adroitly dispatched.
30. The older man plays an accordion, and the younger one plays a tin whistle in the musical interlude.
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