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interject
used in The Phantom Tollbooth

2 uses
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Definition
to quickly insert a comment that interrupts what another is saying

or more rarely and more generally:  to insert — as in "She interjects religion into politics," or "She interjects herself into my business."
  • "But how did you become a watchdog?" interjected Milo, hoping to change the subject, as Tock was sobbing quite loudly now.
    p. 33.7
  • "That's a different story," interjected the bird a bit more amiably.
    p. 205.4

There are no more uses of "interject" in The Phantom Tollbooth.

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