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Intersperse   /ˌɪntərspˈərs/   Listen
Intersperse

verb
(past & past part. interspersed; pres. part. interspersing)
1.
Place at intervals in or among.
2.
Introduce one's writing or speech with certain expressions.  Synonym: interlard.






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"Intersperse" Quotes from Famous Books



... eighty-one years lightly. He is still equal to all the toils of the agitation, and spoke for over five hours in three Meetings in the great hall of the Merchants' Union. The old gentleman keeps up his good humour, and perfectly understands how to intersperse interesting anecdotes ...
— The Authoritative Life of General William Booth • George Scott Railton



Words linked to "Intersperse" :   put, interspersion, introduce, interspersal, interleave, position, put in, set, pose, place, insert, stick in, enclose, inclose, lay, interlard



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