Interlard meaning

ĭntər-lärd
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To insert something foreign into.

Interlarded the narrative with witty remarks.

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To insert strips or pieces of fat, bacon, etc. in (meat to be cooked)
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To intersperse; diversify.

To interlard a lecture with quotations.

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Bloat or embellish (something) by including (often minor and extraneous) details at regular intervals.
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Origin of interlard

  • Middle English interlarden to mix fat into from Old French entrelarder entre- between (from Latin inter- inter–) larder to lard (from lard lard lard)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From the literal sense of “to intersperse with alternate layers of lard (and/or other fats)”, existing since Middle English, from Middle French entrelarder, from entre-, “inter-” + larder, “to lard”.

    From Wiktionary