Interpel

Interpel

In`ter*pel"\, v. t. [L. interpellare, interpellatum; inter between + pellare (in comp.), akin to pellere to drive: cf. F. interpeller. Cf. Interpellate.] To interrupt, break in upon, or intercede with. [Obs.]

I am interpelled by many businesses. --Howell.
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