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intersperse (v.)

1560s, from Latin interspersus "strewn, scattered, sprinkled upon," past participle of *interspergere, from inter- "between" (see inter-) + spargere "to scatter" (see sparse). Related: Interspersed; interspersing.

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Definitions of intersperse

intersperse (v.)
place at intervals in or among;
intersperse exclamation marks in the text
intersperse (v.)
introduce one's writing or speech with certain expressions;
Synonyms: interlard
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