verb (used with object)
Origin of interlard
Examples from the Web for interlard
He did not play upon words as a habit, nor did he interlard his talk with far-fetched or overstrained witticisms.Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay|George Otto Trevelyan
If they hear them interlard their conversation with by-words and oaths, they will be strongly tempted to do the same.Anecdotes for Boys|Harvey Newcomb
Be careful not to interlard conversation with "sir," or "ma'am."Social Life|Maud C. Cooke
Fillet a sole and interlard each piece with a bit of anchovy.The Cook's Decameron: A Study in Taste:|Mrs. W. G. Waters
early 15c., "to mix with alternate layers of fat" (before cooking), from Middle French entrelarder, from entre- "between" (see inter-) + larder "to lard," from Old French lard "bacon fat" (see lard (n.)). Figurative sense of "diversify with something intermixed" first recorded 1560s. Related: Interlarded; interlarding.