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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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Blue Cross of Western Pennsylvania is surprised that Hospital Council of Western Pennsylvania and the Hospital Association of Pennsylvania are attempting to hamper the hospital contracting process at this time by interjecting procedural challenges.
With the exception of President Bush interjecting Social Security reform into the issue matrix and a slight drop-off in Bush haters, there is little that has changed since last November's presidential election," said Republican pollster Ed Goeas.
American conservatives who have viewed Murdoch as an ally interjecting a conservative voice into the "mainstream media" should take an even dimmer view of these developments.
This didn't prevent Kissinger, and the oligarchy he represented, from rolling up tens of thousands of American casualties--and hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese deaths--by interjecting our country into the Vietnam conflict and then handing the communists the victory.
Of course, Ball being Ball, he couldn't resist interjecting humor into the fray.
The pharmacist may further edit or modify that text by using the computer or interjecting additional speech.
Parents may find it hard to believe their kids are being enlightened and enriched while they sit before the small screen with blank stares, mindlessly shoveling in Cocoa Puffs and interjecting ``I want'' or ``I need'' in response to a commercial.
Anderson said in a statement that he had dismissed Lundberg because by publishing Reinisch's article now, Lundberg ``has threatened the historic tradition and integrity of the Journal of the American Medical Association by inappropriately and inexcusably interjecting JAMA into a major political debate that has nothing to do with science or medicine.
I have to keep interjecting it so he doesn't bury me,'' the elder Meadows said.
There has been no role played by me or the university administration in planning this event, or for that matter in interjecting our views about the qualifications or desirability of the speakers,'' Wilson said.