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  • verb Present participle of interlard.

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Examples

  • Growing up in Los Angeles, a multi-ethnic city which merges the history, religion and languages of many different cultures, Retna created his own take on the commonly used Old English script by interlarding it with Asian characters, Incan and Egyptian hieroglyphics.

    Crane.tv: Retna: Visual Rhythms

  • Growing up in Los Angeles, a multi-ethnic city which merges the history, religion and languages of many different cultures, Retna created his own take on the commonly used Old English script by interlarding it with Asian characters, Incan and Egyptian hieroglyphics.

    Crane.tv: Retna: Visual Rhythms

  • Growing up in Los Angeles, a multi-ethnic city which merges the history, religion and languages of many different cultures, Retna created his own take on the commonly used Old English script by interlarding it with Asian characters, Incan and Egyptian hieroglyphics.

    Crane.tv: Retna: Visual Rhythms

  • Church often say, that his company was very merry, facete, and juvenile; and no man in his time did surpass him for his ready and dexterous interlarding his common discourses among them with verses from the poets, or sentences from classic authors; which being then all the fashion in the University, made his company the more acceptable.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • He then gave Allworthy a very particular account of their first meeting, and of everything, as well as he could remember, which had happened from that day to this; frequently interlarding his story with panegyrics on Jones, and not forgetting to insinuate the great love and respect which he had for Allworthy.

    The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling

  • I've heard what I consider an extraordinary thing that I've only heard a little bit in the two previous TEDs, and what that is is an interweaving and an interlarding, an intermixing, of a sense of social responsibility in so many of the talks -- global responsibility, in fact, appealing to enlightened self-interest, but it goes far beyond enlightened self-interest.

    Sherwin Nuland on hope

  • I've heard what I consider an extraordinary thing that I've only heard a little bit in the two previous TEDs, and what that is is an interweaving and an interlarding, an intermixing, of a sense of social responsibility in so many of the talks -- global responsibility, in fact, appealing to enlightened self-interest, but it goes far beyond enlightened self-interest.

    Sherwin Nuland on hope

  • When they were out of the village they began talking again as loud as before, interlarding their talk with the same aimless expletives.

    War and Peace

  • I've heard what I consider an extraordinary thing that I've only heard a little bit in the two previous TEDs, and what that is is an interweaving and an interlarding, an intermixing, of a sense of social responsibility in so many of the talks -- global responsibility, in fact, appealing to enlightened self-interest, but it goes far beyond enlightened self-interest.

    Sherwin Nuland on hope

  • Page 159 old Sister Gray was reproduced, or the heavy bass of Father Mason, in his customary negro dialect, but with the interlarding of low jests and profane expressions that called forth applause from the debased listeners.

    Bond and Free: A Tale of the South

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  • (n): the technique of threading chilled larding fat into cuts of meat, poultry or game with a larding needle.

    (v): inserting between, intermixing.

    (Webster's 1828 Dictionary of the English Language)

    January 4, 2009