Interpose in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Interpose

to involve oneself or to insert

Examples of Interpose in a sentence

It can be dangerous to interpose yourself between a cat fight.  🔊

The mediator looked for the opening to interpose himself and break up the debate.  🔊

He hoped to interpose the container to keep both ingredients separate.  🔊

As if an afterthought, the senator decided to interpose an entirely new position in his platform.  🔊

Though he tried to interpose himself in the argument, there was no opening for him to break in.  🔊

A good author uses his own experience to interpose his personality into the protagonist.  🔊

If you interpose in a marital argument, be prepared to be yelled at by both parties.  🔊

Though he was not invited, he felt he should interpose his point of view.  🔊

The politician tried to interpose his unusual stance into the debate to throw off his opponents.  🔊

Though he tried not to interpose, he still got stuck in the middle.  🔊

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