lard with

Definition of lard with

  1. :  to add a large amount of (something) to (something) He always lards his lectures with statistics. —often used as (be) larded with a novel larded with clichés

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  to dress (meat) for cooking by inserting or covering with something (such as strips of fat)

    :  to cover or soil with grease

    :  to augment or intersperse especially with something superfluous or excessive

  1. :  a soft white solid or semisolid fat obtained by rendering fatty pork

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contemplative of or relative to the past

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