assimilating

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

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Or, as conventional as ever, our own method is the scientific method of assimilating.

He turned to the lake and consumed five minutes in assimilating her remark.

Capacity for assimilating the public taste and reproducing it, is the commonest.

After a time they increase in size by assimilating the hmoglobin.

We are endowed by nature with capacities for assimilating speech.

But we also possess capacities other than these for assimilating and using a language.

In the meanwhile he was reading and assimilating the popular English favorites.

Kells was slow in assimilating the truth and his action corresponded with his mind.

He is of the kind who drink in the life universal, assimilating it to themselves.

Several of its members were in favour of assimilating Reform, 1867.

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