“Let me finish, Mitt,” he said when the former Massachusetts governor tried to interject.
"If I may interject, Judge, they find YOU difficult and challenging, more than your colleagues," Graham countered.
She raised her hand when she wanted to interject, looking like a kid wanting to be called on in class.
More than once exactly the right moment presented itself when he could interject an apposite remark.
"It isn't only Ronny, you know," Freddie hastened to interject.
I want to interject a remark here about the business of planting trees for commercial crops along the road sides.
At this point Dick Bissell undertook to interject some of his humor into the situation.
I should interject one thing here, too, that I recall as I entered the house and Lee had just come in.
How absurd, we will interject, is the saying: "Love me, love my dog."
I do not consider myself very slow of speech; but you know how difficult it was for me to interject even a sentence after he came.