Definition of cease:
waive, termination, retire from, forswear, cessation, block, bar, finish up, repudiate, deliver, sack, hold back, belay, stopping point, arrest, consummation, fall by the wayside, surcease, end up, wind up, part with, can, furlough, kibosh, desert, kick, drop out, send away, study at stop, eat up, cede, fetch up, break off, land up, cast off, continue, spare, forego, end of the line, conclusion, end, give the sack, depart from, retract, force out, forsake, dismiss, displace, give notice, throw in, allow, forgo, leave office, recant, step down, leave off, terminate, dispense with, take leave, give the axe, leave, release, stall, block up, check, lay off, turn back, foreswear, closing, stop over, contain, throw overboard, give up, hold on, finish, intercept, stop, blockade, chuck up the sponge, drop by the wayside, forfeit, terminus, fire, completion, block off, throw in the towel, quit, barricade, ending, period, abjure, closure, withdraw from, polish off, free.
- give up (part of speech: verb)
- die (part of speech: verb)
- resign (part of speech: verb)
- stop (part of speech: verb)
- ceases (part of speech: verb)
- end (part of speech: verb)
- cease (part of speech: verb)
- "Christian's Mistake", Dinah Maria Mulock Craik.
- "Lily Pearl and The Mistress of Rosedale", Ida Glenwood.
- "The Social Cancer A Complete English Version of Noli Me Tangere", José Rizal.