Kardashian is one of many celebrities who now command substantial fees for peppering their posts with commercial name-dropping.
All of the male presenters professed their great esteem for the women on stage, peppering their praises with off-the-cuff humor.
Within days he was peppering me with phone calls and telling me that my entire approach to fulfilling my dreams was wrong.
He has the potential to complicate the unfailing friendliness of Jimmy Fallon by peppering in a little bite.
And all these nice people who have been peppering us with shot thought we were the dynamiters.
Maybe what she said to Pa made him go west after peppering your burglar.
The enemy were not idle; they were continually constructing new works, and peppering us from morning until night.
It was coming down in torrents, peppering the roof and the windows.
They will not absolutely require canvassing and dipping in whitewash after if the peppering is thorough.
Life is peppering me with good things this year, I could not be more grateful.
Old English pipor, from an early West Germanic borrowing of Latin piper "pepper," from Greek piperi, probably (via Persian) from Middle Indic pippari, from Sanskrit pippali "long pepper." The Latin word is the source of German Pfeffer, Italian pepe, French poivre, Old Church Slavonic pipru, Lithuanian pipiras, Old Irish piobhar, Welsh pybyr, etc. Application to fruits of the capsicum family (unrelated, originally native of tropical America) is 16c.
"to sprinkle as with pepper," 1610s, from pepper (n.). Old English had gepipera. Meaning "to pelt with shot, etc." is from 1640s. Related: Peppered; peppering.
To throw a baseball very hard; burn (1920s+ Baseball)