Definitions

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  • adjective Placed at intervals amongst other things.
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of intersperse.

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Examples

  • Cammy glimpsed her name interspersed in the note Bekka opened onto her desk.

    Loser/Queen

  • Preston writes and speaks eloquently and emphatically — his responses to questions often best captured in interspersed italicizations.

    The Journalist and the Murderer

  • Preston writes and speaks eloquently and emphatically — his responses to questions often best captured in interspersed italicizations.

    The Journalist and the Murderer

  • Preston writes and speaks eloquently and emphatically — his responses to questions often best captured in interspersed italicizations.

    The Journalist and the Murderer

  • Preston writes and speaks eloquently and emphatically — his responses to questions often best captured in interspersed italicizations.

    The Journalist and the Murderer

  • Remind me never to attend again -- without bringing a missal, particularly for the 90 minutes of the readings in Latin, interspersed with the occasionally recognizable "Per omnia saecula saeculorums."

    Tridentine Easter Vigil Mass on Holy Saturday

  • Mr. Satterthwaite floundered wildly in Italian interspersed with German -- the nearest he could get in the hurry of the moment to Spanish - He was desolated and ashamed, he explained haltingly.

    Autumn Maze

  • Then followed many words in Italian, interspersed only here and there with an American proper name.

    Radio Boys Loyalty Bill Brown Listens In

  • I answered him, however, in English, interspersed with such

    Afar in the Forest

  • These boys crowd together in the back and sneak cigarettes and talk about fast cars in Chinese interspersed with English words like hemi, four-barrel, and "gottamatch" (which they say as if were a single word).

    Chancelucky

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