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It is impossible to travel about Andalusia and not imbibe a kind feeling for those Moors.

Washington IrvingCharles Dudley Warner

They readily, therefore, imbibe water or other liquids, and get rid of the air.

Novum OrganumFrancis Bacon

Ice will not imbibe this air, and therefore freezing expels it from water.

I was so unused to wine that the sip I took exhilarated me, though it was the slightest wine one can imbibe for such purpose.

But beware how you imbibe knowledge from other sources; from the traditions of men; from mere human learning.

I imbibe the very spirit of my government, and start upon a new career.

BeatrixHonore de Balzac

At first it lay lightly on the surface of the fluid, appearing to imbibe none of its moisture.

Twice Told TalesNathaniel Hawthorne

"Saint-Pourçain wine, which you imbibe for the good of your health."

Nursed by the literature of antiquity, we imbibe the sentiment of heathen patriotism.

You have nothing like it, and I would rather you enjoyed it, than all the people who imbibe it here.

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