- v. Simple past tense and past participle of interspace.
“I think you're right about splitting it into two baby quilts - it probably wouldn't be quite so intensive say if you'd interspaced with a plain navy fabric - looks good though”
“This piece of film was so mesmerizing in its bits of floral beauty, interspaced with magnificent works of art once hidden in the earth and brought back to life by men & women called archaeologist yet i call them magicians for they make these wonders of art to reappear for all to see what ancient people were capable of achieving with simple tools and a hugh amount of patience.”
“The 14,800-square-km district consists of high mountains interspaced by isolated valleys where small communities have lived for centuries free from outside interference.”
“These conifers form stands of large tall trees that are interspaced with more classical broadleafed evergreen forests that are dominated by oaks (Quercus).”
“In short, basically years of war interspaced with months (or weeks) of peace.”
“Some winters in the 30s in the US mid-atlantic were remarkably warm interspaced w/some snowy ones.”
“Also, there were questions interspaced in that last entry.”
“Greatly to their surprise he raised himself, looked at his watch, and remarked that, as it was now half an hour since luncheon, the gastric juices had had sufficient time to secrete; he was trying a system, he explained, which involved short spells of exercise interspaced by longer intervals of rest.”
“The shadows were long, the last call of the birds, who had made a home of their own in the noble interspaced quarter, sounded from the high trees in the other gardens as well, those of the old convent and of the old hotels; it was as if our friends had waited for the full charm to come out.”
“Speeches were interspaced with 'imbongis (praise) singers as they showered praises on "Oom Gov".”
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