Thesaurus / intervenes


But fortune, sometimes kind, intervenes ere it is too late, and reveals the noble birth of the loved one.

Of Six Medival WomenAlice Kemp-Welch

Mothers sometimes are without it; some mothers also are sterile: the will intervenes neither in one case nor in the other.

If the spiritual world ever intervenes in matters mundane, it assuredly did so on this occasion.

True Ghost StoriesHereward Carrington

A verb agrees in number with the subject, not with a noun which intervenes between it and the subject.

Take an entirely different example, where intervenes especially the complexity of the causes.

The confusion of ideas comes in when there intervenes a third party between these two classes of laborers.

UsuryCalvin Elliott

The agent which intervenes is no other than the oxygen of the air.

Louis PasteurRen Vallery-Radot

A messenger from Jahveh, however, intervenes and a ram is substituted.

Bible StudiesJoseph M. Wheeler

Then look at our trenches and the distance which intervenes between them and the Russian earthworks.

A Gallant GrenadierF.S. Brereton

A wedge, W, which can be raised or lowered by lever L, intervenes between the end of R and the valve stem.

How it WorksArchibald Williams

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