Definition of interject:
get in, drop by the wayside, stash away, store, interlard, fall by the wayside, chuck up the sponge, go into, chime in, salt away, shoot, put in, butt in, barge in, intervene, interfere, go in, interrupt with, interpolate, instal, come in, lay in, introduce, chisel in, insinuate, place, install, include, set up, break in, drop out, parenthesize, submit, stack away, throw-in, implant, force in, add, quit, throw in the towel, cut in, step in, inject, hive away, enter, infuse, get into, insert, come, come out, import, give up, interpose, move into, interpolate, splice, enclose, inclose, infiltrate, stick in.
- "Black Beetles in Amber", Ambrose Bierce.
Then she bethought herself of certain thoughts of comfort which had not failed to interject themselves into her heart, and withdrew with a little precipitation, alarmed by the inconsistency- the insincerity of her feelings.- "The Doctor's Family", Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant.
- "The Early Short Fiction of Edith Wharton, Part 2 (of 10)", Edith Wharton.