verb (used with object), in·ter·posed, in·ter·pos·ing.
verb (used without object), in·ter·posed, in·ter·pos·ing.
- interpolated extrasystole,
Origin of interpose
Examples from the Web for interpose
From his ignominy upon the floor Ryder hastened to interpose.The Fortieth Door|Mary Hastings Bradley
“I never heard Dresden was so awful a fate,” I ventured to interpose.Lady Barbarina|Henry James
Here were no pomp and circumstance to interpose their false colours before the sordid vista of the future.The Mayor of Warwick|Herbert M. Hopkins
“Sleep soundly,” she said, with a gay64 smile; and before he could interpose, she had slipped out and shut the door behind her.Special Messenger|Robert W. Chambers
At this point he recognised me, who thought it well to interpose.My Friend Smith|Talbot Baines Reed