The act of interrupting, or the state of being interrupted(noun)
A time interval during which there is a cessation of something(noun)
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Use "interruption" in a sentence
"Wal, the Duke's real amiable; but I reckon you'd find what you call the interruption of an argument."
""Well, I don't know what you call interruption, but this is a complete stopper; I can't make any impression with the pick, it is as hard as rock; and then comes some of those old walls that are rather harder than granite -- you may as well pick at a cart-load of pig iron.""
"The word interruption has mostly negative connotations, but there’s nothing inherently negative about breaks and ruptures."