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intercepted

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Unknown to me, the letter, like all my mail, had been intercepted by British military intelligence.

The same group of Russian jets was intercepted on the previous day.

Since Mare Nostrum, more than 60 traffickers have been arrested when their boats were intercepted or rescued at sea.

Another rocket intercepted over Tel Aviv—Headed for Ben Gurion Airport.

Police in Turkey have intercepted several suspected arms shipments from Turkey into Syria in recent months.

To our left lay a number of mountainous islands, which completely intercepted our view of Sumatra.

A French fleet would run great risk of being intercepted and destroyed by the squadrons of England and Holland.

As she turned toward the path, Hermit Joe advanced so that he intercepted her.

The latter gave way and fled, at first westward, but being intercepted, they turned towards the town.

He preached in a big meeting-house, now no more, the pillars of which intercepted alike the view and the sound.

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On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to intercepted, such as: cut off, prevent, seize, stop, deflect, and arrest.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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