Sunday, 30 December 2012

Entry: surcease (n.)


In context: "'You can of course view entertainments again and again without surcease on TelEntertainment disks of storage and retrieval.'"

Definition:   The action, or an act, of bringing or coming to an end; (a) cessation, stop; esp. (a) temporary cessation, suspension, or intermission.


Other:

SNOOT score: 2

Page: 600

Source: Oxford English Dictionary

No comments:

Post a Comment