- To circulate among other things at intervals: interspersed purple and blue tiles regarding walls; intersperse praise with useful criticism.
- To supply or diversify with things distributed at intervals: interspersed lamp accessories from the big roof; a newspaper part which was interspersed with ads.
- To scatter or set every now and then on top of other things; to put at intervals.
- To broaden or decorate with things set or scattered at intervals; to place some thing at periods in or among.
- to combine two things irregularly, placing things of 1 kind among things of other:
- spot at intervals in or among
- introduce one's composing or speech with specific expressions
- To scatter between; spot in some places on top of other things: because, to intersperse bushes among woods.
- To broaden by scattering or disposing numerous things every now and then.
- Definition for "intersperse"
- To circulate among other things at intervals: interspersed…
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