11 examples of Abeyance in a sentence
Italy’s Five Star Movement is in
Unfortunately, the reasons why coordination fell into
are still with us.
If the EU decides to leave in
the possibility that Ukraine and Belarus might one day join, both will enter a political limbo that could threaten security on the EU’s eastern flank.
Fortunately, the threat of global annihilation involving tens of thousands of H-bombs is in abeyance, though there is now more reason to worry that smaller nuclear arsenals might be used in a regional context, or by terrorists.
But the eurozone remains an unstable edifice, and its penchant for austerity is merely in
Then Thera sank under the waves, only to rise and sink once more in the year 69 A.D. From that day to this, such plutonic construction work has been in
My face was purple, my lips blue, my faculties in
Time was in
on the ship's clocks.
But in a very short time, all these efforts at communal legislation fell into
Moreover, when, by the pressure of events, the authorities were in abeyance, and there was a lack of armed force to quell insolence in a city inhabited by the dregs of contemporary mankind, deeds were done which passed human imagination.
His voice varied rapidly from a tremulous indecision (when the animal spirits seemed utterly in abeyance) to that species of energetic concision—that abrupt, weighty, unhurried, and hollow-sounding enunciation—that leaden, self-balanced and perfectly modulated guttural utterance, which may be observed in the lost drunkard, or the irreclaimable eater of opium, during the periods of his most intense excitement.