verb (used with object), in·ter·ca·lat·ed, in·ter·ca·lat·ing.
Origin of intercalate
Related formsin·ter·ca·la·tive, adjectiveun·in·ter·ca·lat·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for intercalated
The list, therefore, begins anew with the intercalated month.The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria|Morris Jastrow
There is a patella, intercalated in the tendon of the femori-tibialis or extensor cruris muscle.
Among the 365 days of the year was to be inserted, or intercalated, every fourth year an extra day.An Introduction to the History of Science|Walter Libby
What is the meaning of these intercalated glacial accumulations?Fragments of Earth Lore|James Geikie
This month Uayeb consists of the five intercalated days only.A Glimpse at Guatemala|Anne Cary Maudslay