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interlard

verb in·ter·lard \ˌin-tər-ˈlärd\

Definition of INTERLARD

transitive verb
:  to vary by intermixture :  intersperse, interlace

Origin of INTERLARD

Middle French entrelarder, from Old French, from entre inter- + larder to lard, from lard, noun
First Known Use: circa 1587

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