intersperse intersperse  /ˌɪn tər ˈspɜrs/


  1. (v) place at intervals in or among
  2. (v) introduce one's writing or speech with certain expressions

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  1. But they did intersperse their religious rites with local Hindu practices.
  2. Lastly, many home audiences maintain a phonograph to intersperse favorite selections with the sometimes unattractive features of radio broadcasting programs.
  3. The atmosphere will be more like that of a Maoist commune than of a school; managers will live together in barracks and intersperse their studies with marches and drills.


  • Election reform was highlight of legislative session

    As the session comes to a close, I will begin to recap what was accomplished, what was carried over until next year, and what each is likely to mean. This will take a few columns, as I try to intersperse local items of interest into the mix.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Bluffton Today


  • "We're going to freewheel it. We're going to have a great time. We'll intersperse this with a few prison stories," said Cianci as he opened yesterday's 10 am to 1 pm program. "We're going to have some great guests : Again, I thank you from...
    on Sep 20, 2007 By: Buddy Cianci Source: Providence Journal

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