Origin of intercession
OTHER WORDS FROM intercessionin·ter·ces·sion·al, adjectivepre·in·ter·ces·sion, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH intercessionintercession , intersession
Words nearby intercession
How to use intercession in a sentence
It arises only if one imagines being the “single, messiah-like figure” whose intercession is the key to victory.Delusions, justice, accountability and freedom in America|Paul Taylor|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
The key to meeting the right people was sifarish, an intercession from a well-connected friend.Revisiting Pakistan’s tangle of contradictions and violence|Bilal Qureshi|December 11, 2020|Washington Post
He drew near to present an acceptable sacrifice; and as a priest, he makes intercession.
From within the chamber came the sounds of a scuffle, a man's soft laugh, and a girl's softer intercession.St. Martin's Summer|Rafael Sabatini
He cannot so follow him as a Priest before the throne on high, making intercession for sinners.
Through their intercession they obtain for us from Him the grace to lead a virtuous life and to gain heaven.
What else but the intercession of the saint whom he had befriended obtained for this heathen the grace of the Faith and martyrdom?