Interposed [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Interposed:

Mr. Pontellier declined to interfere, to interpose either his influence or his authority.

The Canadian tried to interpose, but the Chief sternly imposed silence on him.

I felt it was time to interpose, and said that I did not see that it would help us very much to go into that matter in detail.

But when Meg proposed to take the girl immediately back to Gray Gables, he did not interpose the least objection.

There is a proverb which foretells peril to such as interpose in the quarrels of others.

I tried to interpose a polite word of regret, but he would not listen to me.

And then Folsom, with fear at his heart, ran around to the doorway to interpose.

He held up his hand authoritatively, as his aunt was about to interpose.

No power is given to the General Government to interpose with respect to the property in slaves now held by the States.

The same delicacy which debarred him heretofore, would still interpose against his appeal to that authority.