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intersperse

verb as in scatter

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Here’s a timeline of statements by Pompeo on the agreement and his dealings with the Taliban, interspersed with data and facts about the conflict.

Instead of hours of video calling, intersperse long conferences with shorter voice calls or quick direct messages.

From Digiday

The genetic tweaks that make humans uniquely human may come in small parcels interspersed with DNA inherited from extinct ancestors and cousins.

My favorite one is called a SINE, a noncoding RNA called “short interspersed nuclear element.”

Questlove spent months with the tapes, and then interspersed clips with interviews and other historical footage to create Summer of Soul, which is not just a concert film but a portrait of a transformative moment in America.

From Time

Our author is wont to break off suddenly and intersperse his arguments with affectionate words of exhortation.

That a grave historian should intersperse the innumerable trivialities of the Worthies may be only less shocking.

Intersperse the pieces of chicken with layers of paste in square slices.

Some funny incidents too, intersperse themselves from time to time.

These kind of observations you have always wished me to intersperse, as they arise to my thoughts.

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On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to intersperse, such as: infuse, pepper, sprinkle, bestrew, diffuse, and distribute.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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