Definition of Interspersion

1. Noun. The act of combining one thing at intervals among other things. "The interspersion of illustrations in the text"

Exact synonyms: Interspersal
Generic synonyms: Combination, Combining, Compounding
Derivative terms: Intersperse, Intersperse, Intersperse



Definition of Interspersion

1. n. The act of interspersing, or the state of being interspersed.

Definition of Interspersion

1. Noun. The state of being interspersed. ¹

2. Noun. The act of interspersing. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Interspersion

1. [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Interspersion

interspaces
interspacing
interspecies
interspecies hydrogen transfer
interspecific
interspecific competition
interspecific graft
interspecific plum
interspecific plums
interspersal
interspersals
intersperse
interspersed
intersperses
interspersing
interspersion (current term)
interspersions
intersphere
interspheres
interspike
interspinal
interspinal line
interspinal muscles
interspinales muscles
interspinalis
interspinous
interspinous ligament
interspiration
interspirations

Literary usage of Interspersion

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Genesis of Art-form: An Essay in Comparative æsthetics Showing the by George Lansing Raymond (1893)
"interspersion, COMPLICATION, AND CONTINUITY. interspersion in Nature and Art—Complication in Nature and Art—Its Relation to Order—Continuity—Should not ..."

2. Proportion and Harmony of Line and Color in Painting, Sculpture, and by George Lansing Raymond (1899)
"... Alternation—Massing, Breadth, or Chiaroscuro—Its Relation to Principality and Balance—And Other Methods—interspersion, Complication, and Continuity. ..."

3. Rhythm and Harmony in Poetry and Music: Together with Music as a by George Lansing Raymond (1894)
"Rhythm as so far Explained — Necessity in Each Poem of a Standard Measure or Line — Illustrating the Art-Methods of Principality, Massing, interspersion, ..."

4. Conference on Adaptive Ecosystem Restoration and Management: Restoration of edited by Wallace Covington, Pamela K. Wagner (1998)
"interspersion is a measure of the degree of intermixing of vegetation ... Several prey require relatively high structural stage interspersion levels, ..."

5. Methods of Practical Hygiene by Karl Bernhard Lehmann (1893)
"Fliigge gives the following arrangement:— Threads without a gelatinous sheath :— Without interspersion of granules of sulphur . ..."

6. The Essentials of æsthetics in Music, Poetry, Painting, Sculpture and by George Lansing Raymond (1906)
"... say—to be interrupted as it must be wherever an application of the method of interspersion causes another feature or line to cross it and for a time to ..."

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