Receive with meekness the engrafted word, which is able to save your souls.
In this, for all her engrafted wisdom, she showed herself a true limb of Eve.
Should no such precaution be engrafted, the only remedy would be coercion.
English blood is apt to tell well on the stock upon which it is engrafted.
The old walls that remained have been engrafted into the new building.
They refused to submit to European culture—to be engrafted on a foreign stock.
These are engrafted on the borders of the cavities hollowed in the mass.
It seems to have been engrafted in the nature of man, as it is in the nature of birds, to migrate.
He knows this, who has put within us the engrafted gift of His doctrine.
Above one of the windows of this tower, a head of Jupiter is engrafted in the wall.