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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of interject.

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Examples

  • Sarah Palin interjected herself into primary races in Delaware and Nevada, however, and used her considerable popularity with the GOP base to knock off more viable candidates (Sue Louden, Mike Castle) who might have fared better with the general electorate.

    Jane Hamsher: Top 10 Surprise Election Night Losers

  • Sarah Palin interjected herself into primary races in Delaware and Nevada, however, and used her considerable popularity with the GOP base to knock off more viable candidates (Sue Lowden, Mike Castle) who might have fared better with the general electorate.

    Jane Hamsher: Top 10 Surprise Election Night Losers

  • Sarah Palin interjected herself into primary races in Delaware and Nevada, however, and used her considerable popularity with the GOP base to knock off more viable candidates (Sue Louden, Mike Castle) who might have fared better with the general electorate.

    Jane Hamsher: Top 10 Surprise Election Night Losers

  • A black American and a Muslim, Julius Johnson dons a traditional Afghan beret to teach nearly 80 boys the alphabet and numbers in English, interjected with prayers and Koranic verses.

    Bangkokpost.com : Breaking News

  • But the body†¦. the body is made of clay†” “Porcelain, ” the passenger and her chin interjected. “Suki is made of porcelain. ” “It†™ s clay, ” Harun said. “This isn†™ t even furnace kindling. ” She was about to toss it back on the table in disgust, but the passenger yanked it out of her hands.

    365 tomorrows » 2006 » February : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • But the body†¦. the body is made of clay†” “Porcelain, ” the passenger and her chin interjected. “Suki is made of porcelain. ” “It†™ s clay, ” Harun said. “This isn†™ t even furnace kindling. ” She was about to toss it back on the table in disgust, but the passenger yanked it out of her hands.

    365 tomorrows » Jared Axelrod : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • 'Oh, wise young Daniel!' she murmured, as Miss Blunt touched the speaker's sleeve and interjected a word into the middle of a piece of depressing narrative.

    The Convert

  • And here a remark may be interjected, which is very necessary for the information of those who wish to form a true estimate of the Chinese people.

    The Civilization of China

  • Saying she was "truly sorry" for having "interjected" her concerns about the Catholic Church into a zoning discussion, she claimed she had "meant only an extension of my overall opposition to development that restricts access on the basis of factors such as race, age or gender but it was an inappropriate forum."

    Lex Communis

  • I made two comments before before you interjected yourself into the discussion.

    Matthew Yglesias » Thiessen Admits That His “Too Many Dead Terrorists” Critique Is Hollow BS

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