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  • v  introduce one's writing or speech with certain expressions

  • The conclusion of Monkey is surprising enough, and the late Sam Janney has managed to interlard his melodrama with agreeable comedy.
  • The conclusion of Monkey is surprising enough, and the late Sam Janney has managed to interlard his melodrama with agreeable comedy.
  • Both interlard their radio talk with bits of hard rock.

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