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- adj. Provided with interstices; situated at intervals.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Provided with interstices; having interstices between; situated at intervals.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having an interstice or interstices: as, an intersticed ceiling; intersticed columns.
As she spoke, the Vala stretched her arm, and through the intersticed columns of the fane, Edith saw the large shadow of a man cast over the still sward.
"Consider, in the bird's-eye view of the banquet, the trencher cuts, foh! nankeen displays: as intersticed with many a brilliant drop to friendly beck and clubbish hail, to moisten the viands or cool the incipient cayenne.
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