verb (used with object), in·ter·spersed, in·ter·spers·ing.
Origin of intersperse
Synonyms for intersperse
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Historical Examples of interspersion
Their irregularity is owing to the interspersion of sea and land, and the irregularities of the earths surface.A Guide to the Scientific Knowledge of Things Familiar
Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
The interspersion of comments in dialogues is another matter of detail which greatly increases or lessens the finish of work.Talks on Writing English
The interspersion of some discords seems to imply serious differences of opinion between the parties to the treaty.Charles Dickens and Music
James T. Lightwood
Word Origin for intersperse
1650s, noun of action from intersperse.