- to insert strips or pieces of fat, bacon, etc. in (meat to be cooked)
- to intersperse; diversify: to interlard a lecture with quotations
- to mix together
- to be intermixed in: said of things
Origin of interlardMiddle French entrelarder: see inter- and amp; lard
transitive verbin·ter·lard·ed, in·ter·lard·ing, in·ter·lards
To insert something foreign into: interlarded the narrative with witty remarks.
Origin of interlardMiddle English interlarden, to mix fat into, from Old French entrelarder : entre-, between (from Latin inter-; see inter–) + larder, to lard (from lard, lard; see lard).
(third-person singular simple present interlards, present participle interlarding, simple past and past participle interlarded)