intersperse

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To mix irregularly something with something else

There were a few dandelions interspersed with the petunias, but it was a pretty garden, anyway.

To diversify or adorn with things set or scattered at intervals; to place something at intervals in or among; as, to intersperse a book with pictures
place at intervals in or among; "intersperse exclamation marks ina the text"
If you intersperse one group of things with another or among another, you put or include the second things between or among the first things. Originally the intention was to intersperse the historical scenes with modern ones
{f} insert here and there, disperse, scatter
introduce one's writing or speech with certain expressions
To scatter or set here and there among other things; to insert at intervals; as, to intersperse pictures in a book
introduce one's writing or speech with certain expressions place at intervals in or among; "intersperse exclamation marks ina the text
interspersed
Simple past tense and past participle of intersperse
interspersed
Placed at intervals amongst other things
interspersion
The state of being interspersed
ıntersperse
{v} to mix here and there, to scatter
interspersed
If one group of things are interspersed with another or interspersed among another, the second things occur between or among the first things. bursts of gunfire, interspersed with single shots
interspersed
{s} mixed in with other things, inserted here and there, scattered, intermingled
intersperses
third-person singular of intersperse
interspersing
present participle of intersperse
interspersing
Alternating the presentation of two different types of activities or requests
interspersing
Alternating the presentation of two different types of activities
interspersion
The act of interspersing
interspersion
The act of interspersing, or the state of being interspersed
interspersion
the act of combining one thing at intervals among other things; "the interspersion of illustrations in the text
interspersion
The mixture of habitats in a patchwork pattern; high interspersion means a high ratio of edge to area, producing ecotones and therefore a situation favored by many species of wildlife; monocultures offer little or no interspersion
interspersion
the intermixing of plant species and plant communities that provide for animals in a defined area (Thomas 1979)
interspersion
{i} act of inserting here and there, intermingling; state of being scattered among other things
interspersion
The irregular occurrence or intermixing of plant species, communities and habitat types which provide cover for animals within a limited area
interspersion
the act of combining one thing at intervals among other things; "the interspersion of illustrations in the text"
intersperse
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