interseamed

adjective in·ter·seamed \¦intə(r)¦sēmd\

Definition of interseamed

archaic

  1. :  interspersed, sown borders of lilies interseamed with roses — Robert Greene

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Origin and Etymology of interseamed

by folk etymology from Middle French entresemer to intersperse (from entre- inter- + semer to sow, from Latin seminare) + English -ed — more at disseminate


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