interject

[in-ter-jekt]
verb (used with object)
1.
to insert between other things: to interject a clarification of a previous statement.
2.
Obsolete. to come between.

Origin:
1570–80; < Latin interjectus past participle of interjicere to throw between, equivalent to inter- inter- + -jec- (combining form of jac-, stem of jacere to throw) + -tus past participle suffix

interjector, noun
uninterjected, adjective


1. insinuate, introduce, interpolate, intercalate.
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interject (ˌɪntəˈdʒɛkt)
 
vb
1.  to interpose abruptly or sharply; interrupt with; throw in: she interjected clever remarks
2.  archaic to come between; interpose
 
[C16: from Latin interjicere to place between, from jacere to throw]
 
inter'jector
 
n

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Example sentences
As someone pointed out he interjected comments infrequently, and a good part of
  the time they were not funny or witty.
My translator interjected, pleading with the colonel not to shoot.
Many practices have been interjected into early interventions that don't have
  the research to support their use.
Different brands have different operating systems therefore potential security
  risks can be interjected.
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