imbibe[ im-bahyb ]SEE DEFINITION OF imbibe
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMBIBE
When will he imbibe the spirit of a noble toleration—of a kind brotherhood?
I should certainly like to imbibe some of this sanguine spirit.
However, slaves are like other people, and imbibe similar prejudices.
The new ideas were popularized for all strata of the people to imbibe.
By their stimulus, which induces the absorbent vessels to imbibe them.
"The highest wisdom and truth are like the purest liquid we may wish to imbibe," he said.
To correct the false is more difficult than to imbibe the true.
The stalks will imbibe the wine, and make the grapes fresh and juicy.
They were supposed to imbibe religious impressions from example.
Sarah Anne did not imbibe the fear; she ridiculed Ethel as her mother had done.