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Definition of Interjector
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Interjector
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1. The Making of the Australian Commonwealth, 1889-1900: A Stage in the Growth by Bernhard Ringrose Wise (1913)
"At one meeting an interjector called out 'Double-faced!' ' Look at him,' said Mr. Reid, screwing his eyeglass into his eye—' I am sure he has not got two ..."
2. Men of Mark: Eminent, Progressive and Rising by William J. Simmons, Henry McNeal Turner (1887)
"It is the star-decked diadem covering her brow ; the interjector of royal blood through every vein. It is the towering spire reaching uppermost of all ..."