embedded

[ verb em-bed; noun em-bed ]SEE DEFINITION OF embedded
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Have you noticed at what season in either case the plants must be embedded?

What is there to say, except that it fell with high velocity and embedded in the tree?

Wherever someone had found a suitable spot, there he had embedded his poles.

The track of the previous car was embedded plain on the soft earth.

Several feet on, there was another flash of embedded crystals.

The shot must be embedded in the center of the cotton so as to prevent rattling.

A bit horrified, I perceived that the pellet was embedded about a half-inch in.

Evidently the point had embedded in a lath, for the knife did not move.

For floors, a sheet of woven wire is often stretched out and embedded.

In both the bolt is unscrewed, leaving the "heads" embedded.

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