intercept

Part of speech: noun

Interception.

Part of speech: verb

To interrupt the course of; stop in transmission.

Part of speech: noun

Intercepter or interceptor.

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Usage examples "intercept":

  1. She knew it, for she had been listening and waiting to intercept him. - "Jewel A Chapter In Her Life", Clara Louise Burnham.
  2. True to their Virginia instincts, as she came near, they formed a line across the narrow bridge to intercept her. - "Clotelle The Colored Heroine", William Wells Brown.
  3. He followed first one, then another, but a new one always dashed across to intercept before he could get anywhere. - "The Man Whom the Trees Loved", Algernon Blackwood.