One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he interposed himself between her and the stairs’
insinuate, place, put
2‘at this point it is necessary to interpose a note of caution’
introduce, insert, interject, inject, add, throw in, put in, work in
3‘the legislature interposed to suppress the custom’
intervene, intercede, step in, mediate, involve oneself
interfere, intrude, obtrude, butt in, cut in
informal barge in, horn in, muscle in
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