assimilate

[ verb uh-sim-uh-leyt; noun uh-sim-uh-lit, -leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF assimilate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASSIMILATE

He gives what His hearers might be assumed to be able to assimilate; but that is all.

What sense would there be in attempting to assimilate our several needs?

He thought for himself, and yet he could assimilate the ideas of other men.

Again there was an electric silence, and Beardsley let it assimilate.

There was more to be got if we had the wit to assimilate it.

Only to be is motion to convert or assimilate something else.

"That is quite a load to assimilate all at once," Hilton agreed.

We have been able to assimilate foreign elements with great rapidity.

Democracy has on one side to assimilate aristocracy, and not overturn it.

This is the reason why it is not allowable to assimilate labor to war as they do.

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