interject[ in-ter-jekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF interject
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"It isn't only Ronny, you know," Freddie hastened to interject.
Their function was to interject comical comments from time to time.
Here I must interject that such a statement is somewhat sweeping.
At this point Dick Bissell undertook to interject some of his humor into the situation.
How absurd, we will interject, is the saying: "Love me, love my dog."
"I thought you said you hadn't acted out of love for me," Lilly ventured to interject.
I do not consider myself very slow of speech; but you know how difficult it was for me to interject even a sentence after he came.
I had the presence of mind to interject some anti-British remark, which produced the desired effect.
It lasted for almost two hours; he used a handphone to interject comments and explanations.
"Under the law, you know, he is responsible to the directors of the cemetery company," the reporter ventured to interject.