Shall we contrive some means of engrafting this knowledge on our state, or give the matter up?
Fifthly, by the inoculation or engrafting of trees many fruits are produced from one stem.
I disdain to seek a wretched and disgraceful existence by engrafting another lie upon the original falsehood.
Scrupulously honest, he is yet the victim of the vilest vices which are engrafting themselves upon our western coast.
Scions from a tree which is weakly, or liable to injury by frosts, are strengthened by engrafting on robust stocks.
Gratifying my revenge by engrafting a wild bud on a noble stem, I forgot that the fruit might degenerate.
The Norman nobles and gentry found themselves speaking English, and engrafting on it many of their own terms.
Microbophobia rarely succeeds in engrafting itself onto healthy organisms.
When, in 1816, my brother James was born, he insisted on engrafting the Indian name "Tecumseh" on the usual family list.
Her tact, her diplomacies, her flair for engrafting herself, would be the very best support to his direct methods of assault.