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Meeting was spoiled due to some unavoidable circumstances.

Is this line correct? I don't want to use the word spoil. I want to mean that the meeting started, some discussions were made but due to some issues, the meeting stopped before completion. There was an intention to continue the meeting and to discuss on the remaining agenda but it was not possible. What should I write?

  • Is there an intent to continue the meeting at a later stage, or was the meeting abandoned? – Lawrence Feb 5 '17 at 8:57
  • The meeting... and how about terminated – mplungjan Feb 5 '17 at 9:11
  • @Lawrence Yes there was an intention to continue the meeting and to discuss on the remaining agenda. – user1942348 Feb 5 '17 at 9:18
  • @user1942348 Please don't answer in comments. Please make the question itself contain all relevant information. – Andrew Leach Feb 5 '17 at 9:20
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Meeting ended abruptly due to...

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Abrupt -- M-W

(adjective) 1.a. characterized by or involving action or change without preparation or warning : sudden and unexpected :

(adverb) "Ended the meeting abruptly"

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The meeting was adjourned.

adjourned verb Break off (a meeting, legal case, or game) with the intention of resuming it later: ‘the meeting was adjourned until December 4’ - ODO

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