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Synonyms for interject

interrupt with

Synonyms for interject

to put or set into, between, or among another or other things

Synonyms for interject

to insert between other elements

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Sippy was allegedly overviewed interjecting Lowcard agi-prop into an unnamed big budget Hollywood motion picture that portends to deal with skateboarding.
That some of the participants are young women produces its own shock effect, interjecting the atmosphere of a frat party into a Sadean orgy of violence and abjection.
As the director rambles on enthusiastically in Japanese - occasionally interjecting an English phrase - Bob listens in puzzlement, which grows to confusion when the translator boils it down to a couple of words.
By interjecting a layer of intelligence between servers and storage, network-based virtualization offers the most freedom from operating system constraints and vendor-specific storage devices.
More them that, interjecting those words adds import to any sentence you might say.
Interjecting politicians and bureaucrats into the picture will only introduce an element of politics into the arena of faith.
Though Micheaux is more well-known for his films than his novels, Bowser and Spence re-position him among literary circles, too, interjecting writings popular in his time period, astutely observing that, "although our research suggests that there was a social distinction between Micheaux and the intellectuals of the Harlem Renaissance--Micheaux and his popular melodramas were either ignored or not taken seriously--he apparently felt a strong kinship with these artists.
Honorary degrees also will go to Broadway and film vaudeville dancer Bunny Briggs; Buster Brown, a veteran of the Copasetics, who continues to perform at New York's Swing 46 on Sunday evenings; Prince Spencer, who spent twenty-nine years with the pioneering Four Step Brothers, appeared in movies with Bob Hope, and danced with the Duke Ellington orchestra at the Cotton Club; and Jimmy "Slyde" Godbolt, who gained recognition for interjecting astonishing sliding techniques between complex steps and turns.
Additionally, in instances too numerous to list completely, Sutton writes outside the parameters of historical inquiry altogether, for example, interjecting his own feelings about the moral character of various Baptists who opposed the so-called "conservative resurgence" in the SBC, such as his remarks about David Montoya (pp.
As he advances I'm sure I'll start doing something equally annoying: interjecting a delicate, rarefied piece with, "Can't you play one we know?