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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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It takes him some pages, yet again, to interlard his experience with that of the Lewis and Clark expedition: in 1805, the expedition had reached its westward terminus, albeit with far more physical discomfort, homesickness, and disease than Duncan now.
I often try to interlard harmonic and gestural ideas derived from spectralism with a rhythmic-lineal structure in which you could see a glint of that "Boulezism".
In a similar way, especially in the opening half of this twenty-five-minute film, Hiler interlards lengthy superimpositions with one or two shorter shots in a rhythm of alternating poly-optic and monoptic phrases.
She interlards her chapter on Thatcher's removal from power with quotations from Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar.
He interlards it with sound background material from the official Army and AAF histories.