- v. present participle of intersperse.
“She wrote the same commentary in Hindi, interspersing the original stories with personal insights.”
“I like the idea of interspersing text only slides with picture slides.”
“Skirted birds of a northern wilderness, skewing the view of passersby and interspersing among pedestrians in their tunnel vision walks down crowded”
“I start playing “Layla,” interspersing licks from Clapton and Allman.”
“Nowadays, out of the authors who produce science fiction and fantastic literature, a lot of writers have been interspersing fantastic elements into their achievements.”
“Meanwhile, PI grandmasters extended their oeuvre with fresh, exciting work: Sue Grafton brought Kinsey Millhone one letter closer to victory in her zero-sum alphabet-game with "V Is for Vengeance," which reinvigorates this long-running series by interspersing third-person chapters into a traditional first-person narrative.”
“It wasn't that the questions were getting harder -- I had mixed up the tables, interspersing easy questions with harder ones -- so what was it?”
“Annie Chu also pointed out the value of interspersing the concentrated focus on projects with a refreshing of the tumblers.”
“His technique of interspersing pages of text with sequences of full-page, soft-pencil drawings told the story in a way that felt half-hushed and wholly new.”
“During one of the masses we attended, for instance, the priests, interspersing English throughout the beautiful ceremony, warned the congregation not to allow any unknown priests into their home.”
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