assimilated

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

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His intellect had assimilated all the steps in the argument for perfectibility.

And whenever it becomes like and unlike it must be assimilated and dissimilated?

How is it to be verified that the pupil has understood the terms and assimilated the facts?

To be absorbed and assimilated this starch must first be transformed into sugar.

They devoured the floor, absorbed the piano, assimilated the room.

Every particle of food must be aerated in the lungs before it can be assimilated.

His ready brain had assimilated all the facts, and they lost nothing by his ready tongue.

You will get iron, that will be assimilated, when you eat beefsteak.

The soil contains ten elements that are absorbed or assimilated by plants.

In all such cases the new is said to be Assimilated to the old.

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