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interject

in·ter·ject

interject

 
 
pronunciation:
In tr jekt
features:
Word Combinations (verb), Word Parts
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: interjected, interjecting, interjects
definition: to interpose (a remark or comment) between words or remarks or in the middle of a conversation or discussion.
He was always interjecting unwanted criticisms.I will lecture, but please feel free to interject any questions you may have.May I just interject that our time has almost run out for today?
synonyms:
chip in, intercalate, interpolate, interpose
similar words:
inject, insert, interlard, introduce
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derivation: interjector (n.)
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