While this goes on the fool does not cease to interpolate his humorless jokes.
The boy tried to interpolate a few words, to tell the news of the family.
His eye seemed to interpolate that Stephen wouldn't be there otherwise.
I think that I am warranted, in view of that late decision, in asking the committee to interpolate that word "lithograph."
"Miss Davies has not told me your name," I made bold to interpolate.
Every one of the party was eager to interpolate a word or two.
Since we do not find any number exactly equal to .7500, we must interpolate.
I'll interpolate the Speaker, and see if this, too, isn't a Breach of Privilege.
He was also told to interpolate the series with a 'blank', that is, to think of nothing at all.
What shall we think of the daring that could interpolate it!