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intercede (for someone) (with someone or something)

to intervene on behalf of someone with someone or a group; to plead someone's case with someone or a group. I will intercede for Charlotte with the council. Tom interceded with Fred for Sharon, who was too shy to speak for herself.
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So the good Baron intercedes, Prince Terence is humbled before his peers and there is merry-making across the land.
A human family watches the loon from afar, and a friendly beagle named Jasper intercedes at key moments in the loon's life, such as barking a warning when a bald eagle is about to attack.
As Helen blossoms under Tasha's companionship and their bond becomes sexual, Paul intercedes to get this "gypo" (a U.
Having done that, I do believe Michael intercedes and offers cosmic defense of the Christian kind against the darkness of our times.
Cooley's hook is this: She invents an "incorporeal double," a collaborator or doppelganger for the early-twentieth-century Russian theater director Vsevolod Meyerhold; and she imagines that this spirit character intercedes in the mental life of a contemporary New Yorker named Camilla Archer, manipulating her dreams in what amounts to a kind of invasive, aestheticized psychotherapy.
Michael Thackeray and his team learn of a John Doe murder at the same time Bradfield Gazette reporter Laura Ackroyd intercedes when a mob of young Brits assault two Pakistani women.
Christ intercedes for us in the very presence of God.