Simple Definition of interject
: to interrupt what someone else is saying with (a comment, remark, etc.)
Examples of interject
“That's an interesting idea,” he interjected, “but I don't think you've considered all of the details.”
She listened to us, interjecting remarks every so often.
If I may interject, I have things I'd like to add.
Origin of interject
Latin interjectus, past participle of intericere, from inter- + jacere to throw — more at jet
First Known Use: 1588
Synonym Discussion of interject
Rhymes with interject
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INTERJECT Defined for Kids
Definition of interject
: to put between or among other things <I interjected a remark.>
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