Stop her—say Miss Milbrey wishes to ask a favour of her; and Jarvis. *stuppare "to stop or stuff with tow or oakum" (cf. To the porter who answered his ring he handed the message to be put off at the first stop.Hardly had he written the opening Largo than he had to stop working.

-stoppian (in forstoppian "to stop up, stifle"), along with M.

Bob answered eagerly, stopping his work to take the sentence in fully.

Well, we will have to postpone our lesson in literature until afterwards.

I have reasons that I cannot now explain, for all I do, and all I postpone.

Stopping for a bite to eat in the kitchen, Linda went back to her room.

Crane must know that it was his implied desires that had led up to the stopping of Lucretia.She has need of our active help, and whatever are the risks we must postpone our start. I did not stop to put on my clothes until I had got two or three miles from the plantation.If they must occur, at least postpone them as long as possible.We did not, therefore, think for a moment that you might postpone your visit.He was to stop working; he had worked too hard, his brain was overtaxed.