Definition of suspend:
eject, avert, audit, stamp out, fend off, shut off, earmark, carry on, head off, table, hold off, enroll, string, freeze out, attend, interfere with, prorogate, refuse, hang, absenteeism, forfend, squeeze out, lay over, set-aside, dangle, shelve, forefend, reject, bar, adjourn, ward off, allow, obviate, omit, check, suppress, put aside, prorogue, hang up, intermit, avoid, defer, droop, continue, pigeonhole, dissolve, freeze, waive, immobilise, appropriate, entrance, hang out, kill off, cut into, wave, procrastinate, drop out, freeze down, exclude, board, stop dead, hook up, block, hold back, kill, swing, cascade, deflect, immobilize, absence, stave off, sling, put off, attendance, reserve, debar, break off, enrollment.
- cease (part of speech: verb)
- interrupt (part of speech: verb)
- ceases (part of speech: verb)
- "The White Gauntlet", Mayne Reid.
- "Norwegian Life", Ethlyn T. Clough.
These words, which no doubt referred to the exercise of the King's normal and constitutional powers, were interpreted by Polignac as authorising the King to suspend the Constitution itself, if the Representative Assembly should be at variance with the King's Ministers.- "History of Modern Europe 1792-1878", C. A. Fyffe.