Verb(1) place at intervals in or among(2) introduce one's writing or speech with certain expressions
(1) Do they believe that offices, stores, and schools will scale themselves down and intersperse themselves nicely among these 5-acre homesites?(2) The roads are all so long, and pockets of tall buildings intersperse themselves with markets and shady alleys, and your planned route may easily be interrupted by a large flyover or highway suddenly obstructing your path.(3) Trying to save the giant series created some odd results: one seemingly random image would intersperse itself all the way along.(4) But I want to intersperse the two because, if I keep doing dramatic things, they'll have to put me in a cage because I get so emotionally wrought up.(5) Mourning is randomly interspersed with other remarks on the protagonist's past, and comments on Nottingham architecture.(6) Rowlandson intersperses her autobiography with numerous quotations from the Bible.(7) Frears, however, plays both home and away, interspersing his several successful forays into the studio system with a series of low-key gems that bear not a trace of Tinseltown gloss.(8) The song intersperses shots of the garage performance with a storyline showing a young girl sneaking out of her house through the window.(9) McGuinness took the role of compÔö£┬┐re, interspersing the three acts with a couple of quick gags and some audience ├ö├ç├┐whipping├ö├ç├û.(10) There are deliberate interspersions of black and white but this, together with the fact that much of the film is set in the past, merely gives the whole thing a rather dated appearance.(11) Its genome size is only 200 Mb and most repetitive sequences, as in Drosophila, occur in a pattern of long interspersion .(12) The stream looked lovely, with shallow runs interspersed with deep gorges; the trout however were not very obliging!(13) The Magic Kingdom intersperses footage of creatures in artificial zoo landscapes with what may be animated diagrams of their souls.(14) I don't think I can remember such a foul day for a sale and the intermittent showers forecast by the weather men were only interspersed with heavy rain.(15) There are guests and goal-clips and interviews, but it is all interspersed with games, gags, skits and phone-ins.(16) The track between Bolton Abbey and Embsay pushes alongside green fields, interspersed by pretty streams.
(1) intersperse :: durchsetzen
1. scatter ::
2. intermix ::
3. interlard ::
Different Formsintersperse, interspersed, intersperses, interspersing
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