- to place an-end to; discontinue: The factory ceased production. See Synonyms at stop.
- To put a stop to; to create to an-end.
- to come quickly to a finish; end: a process that never ceases.
- To Get Rid Of doing an activity or activity; desist: "fold our wings,/And stop from wanderings” ( Tennyson).
- to get to a conclusion; to quit; to leave down or give more than; to desist.
- to-be desiring; to fail; to pass away.
- Cessation; pause: We worked without stop to obtain the project finished promptly.
- Cessation; extinction; failure.
- (`cease' is a noun only inside phrase `without cease') end
- To stop performing (anything), blin.
- stop a state or a task
- have an end, in a temporal, spatial, or quantitative feeling; either spatial or metaphorical
- To stop going, acting, or speaking; keep down; provide over; desist; arrived at sleep: followed by from before a noun: as, stop from anger, work, strife.
- to come quickly to an end; terminate; become extinct; expire: as, the sweetness ceases; the storm features ceased.
- to place an end to; stop; bring to a finish: as, cease your clamor; he ceased discussion.
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