interlard


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Synonyms for interlard

to put or set into, between, or among another or other things

Synonyms for interlard

introduce one's writing or speech with certain expressions

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She interlards her chapter on Thatcher's removal from power with quotations from Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar.
More significantly, he interlards his broad chronology with much topic-focused social history.
He interlards it with sound background material from the official Army and AAF histories.
Vargas Llosa interlards reflections about his childhood and youth with an account of his 1990 campaign for Peru's presidency and calls his book "memoirs" because of its public cast.
She interlards her analyses of exchanges between the Author and the Old Lady with reportage of Hemingway's actual experiences in publishing, demeaning encounters that made him aware that an "Author" is no more than a public figure, a professional performer.
Finally, Mehew interlards the text with brief biographical synopses.