A bringing or coming to an end; a ceasing: a cessation of hostilities. (noun)
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Use "cessation" in a sentence
"The term cessation or stoppage itself indicates that what is stopped does not cease of its own accord but through exertion."
"That state of having been purified is called cessation, which is the third noble truth."
"The update, along with reactions, on the Starlog website says the cessation is 'temporary' but without an ETA for a return to print."