Interspersed red and blue tiles on the walls; intersperse praise with constructive criticism.
Interspersed lamp fixtures on the large ceiling; a newspaper section that was interspersed with advertisements.
- Mother Nature interspersed a few dandelions among the petunias, but it was a pretty garden, anyway.
- Mother Nature interspersed the petunias with a few dandelions, but it was a pretty garden, anyway.
Origin of intersperse
- From Latin interspergere interspers- inter- inter- spargere to scatter
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Latin interspersus.