I brought him back as if from a fit of epilepsy by the interjection of the word, "Siren."
Nothing could be liker him than the interjection, as is most meet.
The interjection came as if it were the outcome of sudden passion.
"Spy or agent," said the Chamberlain, little abashed at the interjection.
Her modulation of grief, in her plaintive pronunciation of the interjection, Oh!
But the letter did at last get itself written, and there was not a note of interjection in it.
She sent up an interjection on the misfortune of her not having been born a man.
The shrug of her shoulders sufficiently completed the interjection.
"That is true," the Captain muttered in the style of an interjection.
This mystic particle is also equivalent to the interjection O!