Definition for "halt"
- A suspension of action or progress, particularly a…
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- A suspension of action or progress, particularly a temporary one: the automobile rolled to a halt when it stalled.
- A cessation, either short-term or permanent.
- A minor railway station (usually unstaffed) in the uk.
- Lameness; a limp.
- A stop in marching or walking, or perhaps in any action; arrest of progress.
- The work of limping; lameness.
- The work of limping; lameness; a defect in gait.
- A disease in sheep.
- A stop; a suspension of progress in walking, operating, or planning any fashion, and particularly in marching.
- their state of inactivity after an interruption
- an interruption or short-term suspension system of development or action
- the function of one thing closing
- resulting in to get rid of: the federal government hopes to halt tax fraud.
- To cause to cease marching; to get rid of.
- to quit; pause: The hikers halted for lunch many rest. See Synonyms at stop.
- To proceed or act with doubt or indecision; waver.
- become flawed or proceed badly, such as the introduction of an argument in logic or perhaps in the rhythmic structure of verse.
- To limp or hobble.
- to put up your self from proceeding; to put on up; to cease progress; to stop for a longer or smaller duration; to come to an end; to stand nonetheless.
- to face in doubt whether or not to proceed, or how to handle it; to wait; to be uncertain.
- To stroll lamely; to limp.
- having an irregular rhythm; to be flawed.
- Lame, limping.
- Halting or preventing in hiking; lame.
- disabled within the legs or feet
- to avoid either briefly or forever.
- to carry to a stop.
- resulting in to cease.
- To limp.
- To waver.
- To falter.
- stop the circulation of a liquid
- arrived at a halt, stop going
- stop from happening or building
- cause to end
- 3d pers. sing. pres. of hold, contraction for holdeth.
- Lame; not able to stroll without limping.
- To limp; move with a limping gait.
- to face in doubt; hesitate; linger; delay.
- To be lame, defective, or defective, like in link of a few ideas, or in measure or versification: since, a halting metaphor; a halting sonnet.
- to get rid of in walking or going; cease to advance; stop for a longer or faster time on a march, as a body of troops.
- To bring to a stand; cause to stop marching: as, the overall halted their troops.
- A Middle English contraction of haldeth, equivalent to holdeth, 3rd person singular associated with the current indicative of hold.