In print, the ellipsis is usually shown as three dots or asterisks used to indicate the omission of a word or words or as a pause between words. In braille, it is represented by dots 3, 3, 3. This symbol should be spaced and punctuated as a word. Examples:
"Fools rush in . . . "
"* * * for they shall inherit the earth."
"Breathe, Melissa. In . . . and out. In . . . and out."