intervene[ in-ter-veen ]SEE DEFINITION OF intervene
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERVENE
When God is pleased to intervene, it is not for man to try to understand.
So extreme was Eve's suffering, that she wished to intervene and part them.
And it thereupon became necessary for Beauchene to intervene.
If he thought there was no danger of the marriage, he would be in no hurry to intervene.
She always resented any slight on it, and Mrs. Herriton had to intervene.
The action was so uncanny that Philip was driven to intervene.
Giuliana did not love me, and were it as he supposed she would have seen no cause to intervene.
To follow him to the Bois and intervene there would be to make a scandal for no purpose.
I shouldn't even allow love-letters to intervene —you are so colossal.
There are those who think the powers will intervene and that we will have England or France for our ally.