Definition of intermit:
develop, fracture, bring to an end, infract, fail, snap off, founder, collapse, disclose, wear out, let on, violate, discover, crack, die, demote, break-dance, fall apart, give over, go against, desist, interrupt, terminate, erupt, recrudesce, unwrap, leave off, conclude, dampen, split up, give away, break off, breach, break down, halt, bump, damp, come apart, wear, give out, transgress, go, burst, refrain, fall in, get around, give way, break away, weaken, conk out, hesitate, better, cease, offend, separate, smash, relegate, finish, abstain, reveal, split, discontinue, pause, stop, divulge, soften, bring out, kick downstairs, part, go bad, get out, ruin, break out, break, quit, let out, come to an end, cave in, bankrupt, break in, break up, give, end, bust, expose, check.
- "A Letter of Credit", Susan Warner.
- "Chaucer and His England", G. G. Coulton.
- "Notes of a Son and Brother", Henry James.