interpose[ in-ter-pohz ]SEE DEFINITION OF interpose
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERPOSE
Interpose not, Mr. Solmes, said I, to save me from my brother's violence.
Maggy looked round of a sudden, and stared for at least a minute; but did not interpose.
The finer feminine instinct of Abigail led her to interpose.
Her they believe to interpose in the affairs of men, and to visit countries.
Fine would then interpose, with a thoughtlessness of which she soon repented.
The Abb Radiguet was forced to interpose again for there were slaps in the air.
And here I will interpose a question: What are the true forms of government?
The King's not yet informed, but will not dare To interpose.
These sort of pedantries were a passion with him, and I did not interpose a word as he spoke.
Whenever I attempted to interpose a word in my defence, I was overborne at once.