embed[ verb em-bed; noun em-bed ]SEE DEFINITION OF embed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMBED
They soak this material very thoroughly, embed the roots in it, and outside this material they apply some water-proof covering.
Insert the glass eye edgewise through the opening, turn it in position and embed it in the clay.
Often a whining bullet grazes us; but most of them fly above us right across the hollow, to embed themselves in the further side.
Still another development was to embed the antenna wires in the wings of the plane.
The pea did not embed itself deeply into the gardener's skull as William had sometimes thought it would.
Something whizzed past her, to embed itself in a tree trunk six inches from her head.
More or less of the emery will embed itself in the lead, and thus act as an abrasive.
It is not rule-of-thumb to find the tension in plain concrete and then embed steel in that concrete to take that tension.