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    1. To scatter or insert (something) into or among (other things).
      Mother Nature interspersed a few dandelions among the petunias, but it was a pretty garden, anyway.
      • 1985, Jane Y. Murdock, Barbara V. Hartmann, Communication and language intervention program (CLIP) for individuals with moderate to severe handicaps, page 46:
        Review tasks are particularly useful to intersperse when students are experiencing considerable failure.
    2. To place or insert — to diversify by placing or inserting — other things among (something).
      Mother Nature interspersed the petunias with a few dandelions, but it was a pretty garden, anyway.

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