mid-sentence

mid-sentence

n
in the middle of a sentence or utterance
adv
in the middle of a sentence or utterance
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"Eh?" he said to Kurt, stopping in mid-sentence, and followed the gesture of Kurt's hand.
The Sun also published a message the 19-year-old had allegedly sent a friend that that broke off mid-sentence.
It's not for everyone but it's a route more people are taking - it's a great route to go and I've made huge improvements," said Jubb (above), veering from 'rowt' to 'root' mid-sentence.
Rae (1813-93) is best known for bringing news of the fate of the Royal Navy's missing Franklin expedition in 1854 with information and belongings he got from the Inuit of Pelly Bay and Repulse Bay, but his autobiography ends abruptly mid-sentence less than a week before he met the Inuit.
ISLAMABAD ndash Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Daniyal Aziz said contempt of court was safer than contempt of, as he broke off mid-sentence while explaining his decision to withdraw his please against being disqualified from holding public office by the Supreme Court of Pakistan after having been found in contempt of court.
A fans Q&A session with Bowler, four other directors, manager Dave Artell and his assistant Kenny Lunt took place and the first question on Bennell and the abuse scandal did not come until six speakers and 30 minutes in, and Bowler stopped the questioner mid-sentence.
If you were ever in his office and he was pointing that long finger at you, best believe that if the phone rang -- even if he was in mid-sentence -- he would stop and answer the phone.
According to Prince Harry's fiancAaAaAeA@e, s auditioned for a role when Webster stopped her mid-sentence and told her that she's enough.
When the translator began to recount his answer in Russian, Klopp stopped her mid-sentence, saying: "It's not important.
(Like Finnegans Wake, that overbearing ancestor of difficult fiction, Shark even began and ended in mid-sentence.) At the level of the sentence, this is prose that refuses the consolations of the realist mode: narrative unfolds in the continuous present and is characterised by ellipses like this...