In the end he stopped talking for a moment, and the proprietor begged Sylvia's intercession.
He understood that his father's intercession for Neal had failed, but he was not hopeless.
On praying to saints for their intercession, see also Theodori Lib.
Through Mr. Washington's intercession for him Tate got his diploma.
She had the most confident persuasion that she should be cured by his intercession.
And so, as a result of Ted's intercession, Mr. Hazen stayed on.
Then I commend myself to your intercession, for they would not even take a cup of chocolate from me.
Let it be so, with an ever-growing sense of the preciousness of the work of intercession.
Nevertheless it is certain that each one of them was invoked for his intercession with God since his entrance into heaven.
At Hamlet's intercession, the Montagues were courteously asked to this festival.
early 15c., "act of interceding," from Latin intercessionem (nominative intercessio) "a going between," noun of action from past participle stem of intercedere (see intercede). The modern sense was not in classical Latin.