Definition of interspersion in English:

interspersion

Pronunciation /ˌin(t)ərˈspərZH(ə)n/ /ˌɪn(t)ərˈspərʒ(ə)n/

noun

See intersperse

‘There are deliberate interspersions of black and white but this, together with the fact that much of the film is set in the past, merely gives the whole thing a rather dated appearance.’
  • ‘Considerable published research - for example on the Limpopo River Valley - over the last decade shows a far greater interspersion of engravings and paintings than is shown on the map produced in this volume.’
  • ‘It is in terms of this function that we must understand the insistent interspersion of white space throughout Jabes's books; whiteness is the mark of an erasure…’
  • ‘Its genome size is only 200 Mb and most repetitive sequences, as in Drosophila, occur in a pattern of long interspersion.’
  • ‘The interspersion of artworks with two classes of text distinguished the Chicago exhibition and indexed its probity, even bookishness, in the most positive sense.’