English version

be sprinkled with jokes/quotations etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe sprinkled with jokes/quotations etcbe sprinkled with jokes/quotations etcFULLto be full of jokes etc The book is liberally sprinkled with clichés. sprinkle
Examples from the Corpus
liberally sprinkledLiterature and autobiography are liberally sprinkled with accounts of the indignation and outrage felt when such a promise fails to materialize.My next target was the deck chair area, which was liberally sprinkled with coins.Dark hair, liberally sprinkled with grey, curled a little too long over his collar.His bushy black brows, liberally sprinkled with grey, moved up and down in time to the music.
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