Examples of interpose in a Sentence
The new system has interposed a bureaucratic barrier between doctors and patients.
He tried to interpose himself between the people who were fighting.
Please allow me to interpose a brief observation.
Recent Examples of interpose from the Web
All of this is interposed with video of Sondheim talking to Lapine about his life and career and the songs, along with historical footage.
By interposing her own stories among Austen’s, changing heroines and making mischief, Aiken forces us to see what Austen made her own heroines see: themselves from another perspective.
If Trump insists on interposing himself between Congress and their search for the facts, Congress should consider appointing a special prosecutor to make sure the job gets done.
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Synonymsintercede, intermediate, intervene, mediate
Related Wordsbutt in, interfere, intrude, meddle, obtrude, pry, snoop; arbitrate, moderate, negotiate, referee; barge (in), bother; break (in), chime in, cut in; infringe, invade, trespass
Near Antonymsstand by; avoid, eschew, shun; disregard, ignore, overlook
Synonym Discussion of interpose
- interposed herself between him and the door
- noise interfered with my concentration
- quarreled until the manager intervened
- mediated between the parties
- interceded on our behalf
synonyms see in addition introduce
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