interim

Part of speech: noun

An intermediate season; intervening time; interval.

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Usage examples "interim":

  1. The poet has in the interim been revealed to himself; what he had perceived he now conceives. - "Montaigne and Shakspere", John M. Robertson.
  2. This provisional Constitution was supplemented by an " Interim Act" of 4 March, which maintained in force previous legislation of the Reich and decrees of the Provisional Government. - "The New Germany", George Young.
  3. And perhaps, in the interim, you will permit me to put a question or two to Mr Holt. - "The Beetle A Mystery", Richard Marsh.