The pope bowed, and followed the countess until she stopped before a closed door, and said: "In this room, my uncle awaits the gracious visit of your holiness.
While all this was transpiring at the market-place, an imperial state-carriage had been hurrying through the streets until it stopped before a gloomy house, of which the doors and window-shutters were all closed.
The same evening, Baron Eskeles Flies left his hotel on foot, and hastily traversing the streets, stopped before a house where, ascending to the second story, he rang the bell.
Back in the main trench, I turned off with the Lieutenant, going down what seemed to be a retreating trench until he stopped before a wooden sign that read Kamp Fuhrer.
Off we rattled, down another vista of gray cobbles and squat gray houses, and presently we stopped before a clean-looking house of stucco, before which paced a soldier in the long dark gray coat of the Landsturm.
The above list will hopefully provide you with a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "stopped before" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this group of words.