Lull [noun]

Definition of Lull:

pause, calm

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Sentence/Example of Lull:

After something of a lull this evening, with at least patchy fog and drizzle possible during that time, we may see precipitation break out again late at night.

After a lull this weekend, there are likely to be a lot of polls the rest of the way out.

After a bit of a lull in the spring, Encore and other debt buyers are back at it, filing suits by the thousands every week, according to ProPublica’s analysis of state court filings.

Amazon, in essence, created a new shopping holiday to get through the lull.

For instance, Louisiana saw a large spike in infections, followed by a lull and then a second spike.

This treacherous sort of calm, we thought, might forbode a storm, and we did not allow it to lull us into security.

In a lull of the raging earth the distant whistle of the train could be distinctly heard.

Her fancy selected them, and she was glad when a lull in the music gave them an opportunity to meet her and talk with her.

Lightning from the east and west accompanied the rain, but the wind was steady, and did not freshen or lull during the showers.

Taking advantage of the lull, he went over to the door and peered out into the Operations Room.