Synonyms of interpose
1 interveneDictionary • Police had to interpose themselves between the rival groups.
intervene • The situation calmed down when police intervened.
step in • If no agreement was reached, the army would step in.
interfere • Stop interfering and leave me alone!
mediate • UN officials mediated between the two sides.
intercede • He had occasionally tried to intercede for me.
come or place between
2 interruptDictionary • `He rang me just now,' she interposed.
insert • They inserted a clause calling for a popular vote on the issue.
interject • He listened thoughtfully, interjecting only the odd word.
introduce • I wish to introduce a note of cool reason to the discussion.
put your oar in
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insertIf you insert a comment into a piece of writing or a speech, you include it.
• They inserted a clause calling for a popular vote on the issue.
intercedeIf you intercede with someone, you try to persuade them to forgive someone or end their disagreement with them.
• He had occasionally tried to intercede for me.
interfereIf you say that someone interferes in a situation, you mean they get involved in it although it does not concern them and their involvement is not wanted.
• Stop interfering and leave me alone!
Thesaurus for interpose from the Collins English Thesaurus
to put or place between or among other things