late 15c., "to besprinkle," from Latin aspersus, past participle of aspergere "besprinkle, bespatter" (see aspersion). Meaning "to bespatter someone's character with rumor and false reports" is recorded from 1610s.
1. To realize 4 modernization, wish to asperse warm blood and sweat.
2. Taking northwest male wind to asperse arms industry ties of friendship to far and near.
3. Should sow sunshine asperse in others heart, there must be sun in him heart above all.