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interlard (verb), interlards; interlarded; interlarding
To intersperse, to scatter, or to mix and to embellish a speech or writing with something different from or that which is irrelevant to a subject or material: Some advertisements are interlarded with jokes which attract readers more than the advertisements themselves!

Trisha was interlarding her political speech with her personal feelings about how women have been unjustly deprived of equal rights in businesses.

Trina always interlards her conversations with sarcasms.

Including or interspersing irrelevant material in a speech or writing.
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To intersperse or to mix and to embellish a speech or some writing content with different materials. (1)