Interludes [noun]

Definition of Interludes:

pause, break

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Sentence/Example of Interludes:

Glass delivers a far more urgent book, but she shares Bennett’s visual focus and pointillist detail, her penchant for lyrical interludes, and a romance for nature manifested in metaphors.

Besides being a refreshing interlude, it has helped me discover new poets that I wouldn’t have read otherwise.

Its short chapters, interspersed with interludes of photos, pack a wallop of poignancy, beauty, love – even joy.

For those awaiting the “matrix in the matrix,” as Musk had hinted on Twitter, the cute-animal interlude was not exactly what they hoped for.

Some of the little interludes I talk about voting, or I talk about this or that.

Gradually and imperceptibly the interlude melted into the soft opening minor chords of the Chopin Impromptu.

It is hard to say just when the lights went down on Sara Lee's quiet stage and the interlude began.

Mr. Shiel readily made this statement, and thus ended this ridiculous interlude.

Then, by way of interlude, on the 28th March, came the notorious Dahlgren raid.

Before Father Irwin was questioned, however, there was a delightful interlude.