Simple past tense and past participle of lard.(verb)
Coated or stuffed with fat or strips of bacon etc(adjective)
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Use "larded" in a sentence
"His blog is in English, larded with photographs, and eminently readable."
"Indeed, Jindal felt Congressional Dems voted on a stimulus bill they hadn't even read - though Jindal's criticism of the same package didn't show that he'd read it either, claiming it was "larded" with pork but I started laughing when Jindal began listing the projects he thought were unnecessary and wasteful, such as mag-lev rail projects and volcano monitoring."
"In each instance, it is Erdrich's diction that gives the image its precision and intense life: "larded," "disorderly," "caterpillar" — each of these words surprises, and yet is utterly apt in its context."