Adjourn Definition

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1. A certificate was issued so that the funeral arrangements could be made and the inquest was adjourned to a date to be fixed. 1
2. A committee was then appointed to draw up the rules for the Convention and the delegates adjourned for the weekend. 1
3. A further matter concerning alleged damage to five trees and lawns at the house was adjourned. 1
4. A preliminary hearing was due to start today before Mr Justice Hutchison, but was adjourned. 1
5. After a short adjournment, Fearnley Whittingstall advised the court that his client wished to give evidence. 1
6. After council meetings they adjourned to a local pub for a refreshing drink paid for out of their own pockets. 1
7. After he had been taken to hospital by ambulance the judge, Lord Morison, adjourned the trial until Monday. 1
8. After issuing instructions to Edelstein, Clanahan, and Boyd, the President adjourned the meeting until noon. 1
9. After the case was adjourned, the couple said that if they lost their home, they'd lose their livelihood too. 1
10. After the singing of another hymn the congregation adjourned to the open air for the unveiling of the Memorial stones. 1
11. After two days, Beattie's trial was adjourned for eighteen days and then resumed for a further three days. 1
12. Afterward virtually the entire class adjourned to a windowless basement room in Steinman. 1
13. All three elected crown court trial and the cases were adjourned by Liverpool magistrates until June 24. 1
14. An inquest into his death was opened and adjourned yesterday. 1
15. An inquest into Stephens death was today adjourned to a date to be fixed. 1
16. And it is extremely disappointing that the United States Congress adjourned without passing these three agreements. 1
17. And it is extremely disappointing that the United States Congress adjourned without passing these three agreements. This website 1
18. And soon after this military tribunal was ended, the circuit court met, peacefully transacted its business, and adjourned. 1
19. Another criticism of the Leeds adjournment system was that it added further stress to socially disadvantaged people already living under stressful conditions. 1
20. At midday the meeting was adjourned for lunch. 1
21. At the same time we have established the conference, albeit adjourned, under the chairmanship of Lord Carrington. 1
22. Before adjourning, councillors must stop procrastinating and revisit this controversial issue. 1
23. Before that, the Security Council will adjourn for 4 days starting Thursday. 1
24. Cleveland coroner Michael Sheffield adjourned the inquest pending further inquiries. 1
25. Cleveland deputy coroner Ronald Smith adjourned the inquest. 1
26. Cleveland deputy coroner Ronald Smith said as there was a possibility of industrial disease he was adjourning the hearing pending further inquiries. 1
27. Congress adjourned for one day. 1
28. Congress has adjourned for the November elections. 1
29. Coroner Nicholas Gardiner opened and adjourned the inquest for two weeks so that funerals can be held. 1
30. Coroner, Lester Madrell adjourned the hearing for police to continue their investigations. 1
 

Adjourn

[əˈjərn]

VERB

adjourns (third person present) · adjourned (past tense) · adjourned (past participle) · adjourning (present participle)

  - break off (a meeting, legal case, or game) with the intention of resuming it later.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
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-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
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