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Definitionto stop or catch someone or something in route
- I intercepted Jip.Chapters 31-33 (96% in)
- As there was something which had occurred to my mind, I said in reply: 'I could wish to know from this — creature,' I could not bring myself to utter any more conciliatory word, 'whether they intercepted a letter that was written to her from home, or whether he supposes that she received it.'Chapters 46-48 (17% in)
- He zealously undertook to do so, and to intercept any newspaper through which it might, without such precautions, reach him.Chapters 55-57 (64% in)
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